You can now shop Meghan’s favourite homeware brand at Anthropologie

We don’t get many glimpses behind closed doors in the households of the royal family – but when Meghan’s close friend and trusted make-up artist Daniel Martin took to Instagram to show off a brunch that Meghan had made for him, we learned two very important facts.

Firstly, Meghan’s signature dish is one of the nation’s favourites, mashed avocado on toast, and secondly, that she owns a tea set from Soho Home, the ultra-chic interiors range from the brains behind private members’ clubs Soho House.

Meghan Markle
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Meghan’s £35 country house teapot and co-ordinating £12 mugs were the stars of the show in Martin’s intimate snap, which he used to dub the duchess ‘the consummate hostess’ and ultimate ‘avocado toast whisperer’.

And if you love the look, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s now easier than ever for you to get your hands on Meghan’s favourite homeware brand too, as it just launched a collection with high street chain Anthropologie.

‘Founded in London in 1995, Soho House offers a home-away-from-home experience for creatives and tastemakers around the globe,’ the brand says of the exciting new collaboration. ‘In this covetable collection, the result of an exclusive collaboration between Anthropologie and Soho Home, you’ll find everything you need to bring the House home.’

The Soho Home X Anthropologie range consists of 44 stunning pieces that we’re sure wouldn’t look out of place at Frogmore Cottage, but would also fit comfortably in less grand surroundings (like our own). Think glassware that would liven up any bar cart, Mid-century-meets-contemporary lighting, plush velvet pouffes and textured, tassled cushions, all with Soho Home’s signature luxe feel.

Soho Home Anthropologie
Anthropologie

Prices start from £8 for a tinted drinking glass and range up to a slightly eye-watering £2,498.00 – although this is for an Art Deco bed frame with the most beautiful headboard we’ve ever laid eyes on.

We wonder if we’ll spot Meghan in a local branch browsing the latest drop…