Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan were seen in a new photo that circulated on Twitter and Instagram on Thursday.
They had made a Zoom call on Wednesday with Crisis Text Line, an American mental health charity. The couple had worked with the charity on a UK affiliate called Shout in May 2019.
On Thursday, one of the workers who took part in the call posted a photo of himself with the Sussexes on his screen. The man, Ricky Neal, has since made his social media accounts private, but Hello! and Daily Mail captured the photo and some of his comments.
Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's L.A. home video call
The main photo on Twitter was captioned: "...still shocked that Meghan and Harry took over our staff meeting yesterday!"
On Instagram, Neal said: "It's not everyday that Meghan and Harry jump into your staff meeting & champion the work you do! Blessed to still be working during these crazy times! #quarantineselfie."
In Neal's still image of the video call, Harry and Meghan are seen in casual dress in a lamplit room with artwork. Neal's comments suggest that their appearance on the call may have come as a surprise.
Prince Harry & Duchess Meghan keep busy with charity work
Wednesday's call is thought to have been placed from the couple's current home in Los Angeles, which actually belongs to actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry. This is only a temporary residence, however, as Harry and Meghan continue to seek out their permanent L.A. home.
Despite the lockdown, Wednesday's call with Crisis Text Line is another example of the couple's continued participation in charity work. In recent weeks, Harry has spoke on the Invictus Games and made an appearance on The One Show to honour veterans, while Meghan was seen in a Zoom call with one of her patronages.
Meghan was further seen in Archie's first birthday video (filmed by Harry), but this was the first time the couple publicly shared a screen or photo in several weeks.