Meghan Merkel and Prince Harry have responded for a new official photo to promote their latest non-royal work.
The couple will be paired with several big names from the online world for a one-time 100 talk to discuss how we use the internet and social media.
Promoting the event, which took place virtually the following week, the magazine featured a new picture of Sussex – and it was quite different from their previous royal pictures.
They are both wearing suits in black and white pictures, Meghan is sitting in the chair and Harry is leaning on the rest of the arm.
The Duchess puts her hands on her husband’s legs and smiles at rest.
There are two more shots of the same type separately.
TIML’s online statement for the event states: “On October 20, join TMI and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex for a specially revised TIM 100 Talks episode that will immerse us in the realm of digital experience.
“‘A Better World in Engineering’ will bring together experts, lawyers and online creators to improve the necessary and timely conversations that affect all of us – and how we can create online communities that are more magical, secure and trustworthy.”
Last month the couple recorded a video of their new LA home as part of the magazine’s annual Top 100 Influential People list.
In the clip, filmed in the garden, Harry speaks for the first time about the U.S. election, urging Americans to “vote against hate speech.”
He discusses the need to “surpass” the bad and talks about the dangers of ‘online negativity’.
He said: “It is vital that we reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity as we approach this November.
“When the bad goes beyond the good, to many, whether we realize it or not, it diminishes our ability to empathize and our ability to put ourselves in the shoes of others.
“Because when a person buys online for negativity, the effects are felt significantly. It’s not just about it, it’s about acting.”
Harry further explained how he could not vote and never voted as a member of the royal family in the UK.
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Although voting for members of the royal family is not against the law, their involvement in politics will always be seen as an unacceptable violation of protocol.
Royal political neutrality is seen as the key to maintaining a balanced state where an elected government makes political decisions.
Meghan Merkel also commented on the election – saying it was “one of the most important issues of our lives.”
He added: “Every four years we are told the same thing, it is the most important choice of our life but it is one.
“When we vote, our values are put into practice and our voices are heard