The 38-year-old wore a 800 17,800 watch, in a black and white photo of the couple being happy and relaxed as he posed for the camera.
Megan was stylish in the simple £ 2,000 Alexander McQueen outfit she wore to the Endeavor Fund Awards in February 2018.
His only accessory is the 5,000 Cartier “Love” bracelet, which compliments his pair’s rear appearance.
Harry, 35, was wearing a simple white shirt and suit when smiling directly at the camera.
The couple’s conversation with famous friends is for the Time 100 talks airing on Tuesday.
Special Chapter “Engineering a Better World” and “Creating Reliable, Safe and Highly Equitable Online Communities – and What It Means to Support and Accelerate Advancement on Important Issues such as Gender Equality, Racial Justice and Climate Change”. .
The couple chatted with Alexis Ohanian, co-founder and founder of 776 Reddit, the husband of Serena Williams, Megan’s friend.
They will speak with Marble Ressa, CEO and executive editor of Robler, and Safia Noble, UCLA Center for Critical Internet Investigation.
This is a topic close to Megan’s heart as the former actress has recently opened up about mental health due to “irreversible” and “damaging” online trolling.
He said: “In 2019 I was told that I was the most trolled person in the whole world, male or female.
“But what can be prepared and expelled, it’s almost insurmountable. I do not care if you are 15 or 25 – if people say things that are not true about you, what it does to you is that it affects mental and emotional health the most.”
This is the latest incident involving the couple, and last month a list of requests for speaking engagements was leaked.
The Telegraph revealed a four-page “Virtual Event Request Form” in which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex outline their rules – with a final say on who introduces them.
The fee must be paid in advance within the conditions, they must have a full audience list and the couple must be instructed on whether to wear “business or casual” attire.
Edward Felsenthal, CEO and CEO of Time Editor, said the upcoming show should focus on solutions and visions for a better future.
He said: “This special chapter marks our first collaboration and we are pleased to partner with The Duke and Duchess of Sussex to explore these urgent issues.”
Dan McSay, Managing Editor and Editorial Director of TIME100, added: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, TIME100 alumni, are one of the most influential voices in the world.
“We look forward to working with them to raise vital voices and highlight real solutions to some of the most important issues of our time.”