The Duke of Sussex and the Duchess posed together for the cover of their first magazine in Hollywood’s finest style to celebrate them as “equal partners.”
The Duchess and Duchess, who appear in the two photos released on Wednesday, are named “icons” on their annual Time 100 list.
They were previously on the list with other members of the royal family, but this year they chose to take part in the photo shoot.
The couple was styled by Claire and Nina Hallworth, whose clients include Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, and made up by Linda Hay, who works with actress Kristen Stewart and model Emily Ratajkowski.
Time100 photo editor Dilys Ng said the cover image “captures strong dynamics as an equal partner.”
Prince Harry is dressed in black and is captured with bright blue eyes, thick red hair, a well-groomed beard, and a trademark bracelet.
He sat on the wall, hiding his left side behind his wife and resting his hands on her shoulders.
Dressed in pure white with a gold clock and diamond ring, the Duchess stares straight at the camera with smoky eye makeup and a half-smile. White became relevant at the moment of suffrage.
The second image shows a couple dressed in tuned olive green, the Duke’s hand in his pocket, in front of an open window.
The third sees them holding hands, strolling through the lush gardens and smiling at each other.
The couple was named alongside Naomi Osaka, Dolly Parton, Britney Spears and others in the “Icons” section, rather than “leaders” of equal qualifications.
They appear on one of the seven covers of this year’s Time 100, a list of influential people around the world.
“For the young Duchess of Birth, talent and fame, taking action is not an easy choice,” he writes.
“It’s much safer to enjoy their luck and stay silent. It’s not what Harry and Megan are doing, nor who they are.
“They turn compassion into ground boots through the Archewell Foundation. They give voice to the silent through media production.
“Working with non-profit partners, they take risks and help communities in need – offer Mental health support It feeds black women and girls in the United States, and people affected by natural disasters in India and the Caribbean.
“In a world where everyone has an opinion about someone they don’t know, the Duchess and Duchess are considerate of those they don’t know.
“They don’t just give their opinions. They run into the struggle.”
When she said during an engagement interview that she was excited about being “boots on the ground” in Britain, the words reflected the entrance to the Duchess’ own royal life.
They also happen to follow a speech addressed by the Duke of Cambridge on Wednesday night. Praise paramedics A person who “runs straight toward danger”.
Duke and the Duchess are featured on the cover of Time magazine by gymnasium Simone Bills, gymnast Kate Winslet, actress Billie Eilish, and singer-songwriter Ngozi Okonjo Eilish. World Trade Organization Jensen Huang, NVIDIA CEO, Cathy Park Hong, writer.
Sussexes wrote his own citation in this magazine in honor of Dr. Okonjo-Iweala. They wrote on their website: “The Duchess and Duchess are honored to be Ngozi’s partners in pursuing that goal and are proud to be listed with her at this year’s Time 100.”
Edward Felsenthal, Editor-in-Chief and Chief Executive Officer of Time, said that Sussexes is included: On topics from mental health to false information. “
Sussexes previously appeared on Time 100 television and petitioned Americans to use voting. Trump-Biden election.
Prince Harry and the Duchess were nominated separately on the influential list in 2018.
The Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess, like Queen and Prince of Wales, are on the previous list.
Prince of Wales was previously on the cover of Time magazine.