Meghan posed for the Zoom call from her Montecito home in Santa Barbara, California, which she shares with Prince Harry, 38, Archie, three, and her younger daughter Lilibet, one.
Doria also lives in California, but she lives around a one-and-a-half-hour drive from Meghan and Harry, in the View Park-Windsor Hills neighbourhood of Los Angeles.
This is located between Culver City and Inglewood, just east of Los Angeles International Airport.
The room in which Meghan posed appears to be her office. This was where she filmed her promotional video for 40×40 – the campaign released to celebrate the Duchess’ 40th birthday in 2021.
She said: “This rather natural-looking glimpse into the three-generation relationship seems to illustrate a fact that is true in any family.
“That a mother is always a mother to her child even when that child is an adult with children of her own.
“The way that Doria leans over Meghan, mirroring her facial expression, suggests she is still a protective presence in her daughter’s life.
“Meghan, meanwhile, leans towards her son Archie, who stares at the screen while his mother appears to be explaining things and egging him on.
“She also has the same protective-looking presence as her mother,” Judi noted.
As well as showing the three-generation relationship between Doria, Meghan and Archie, the Duchess is also giving a glimpse inside her Montecito home.
Luxury Interior Designer Sanel Konyar and the founder of Interior Kollection, an online interiors emporium, spoke to Express.co.uk about the inside of the couple’s home.
In the office where Meghan filmed her Zoom call, there was a lot of cream, white and gold interiors that could be seen. Ms Konyar explained if this says anything about the couple’s tastes and/or personalities.
She said: “I think as a cosmopolitan young modern couple, it reflects Harry and Meghan’s love of contemporary luxury design and trends with a nod towards heritage perfectly. They have created a luxury modern living space that also pays homage to their love of heritage – note the large rustic wooden table complete with carved legs and what looks like the original stone-clad fireplace.
“These are traditional design aspects. Even the fireguard has an art deco feel to its ironwork. Leading such busy lives means that home becomes a sanctuary, a place of rest, peace and quiet, and their interior design reflects this.
“Personality-wise, I would say this type of client interior brief is most popular with well-travelled, high-flying, celebrity and busy executive clients who desire a haven of tranquillity.”
Do the couple seem happy with their home? Ms Konyar explained: “Their home has some wonderful personal touches, such as original pieces of modern art and various books that clearly mean something to the couple. This is certainly not a show home, but a much-loved family home and a clear declaration of their newfound independence.”