THE ROYAL RE­PORT MAG­I­CAL MEG! Star used Princess Di­ana’s makeup artist for shoot

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Meghan Markle’s nat­u­ral-look­ing make-up for her Van­ity Fair cover shoot was cre­ated by Mary Green­well who also worked with the late Princess Di­ana.

In her first com­ments about her re­la­tion­ship with Bri­tish royal Prince Harry, the Suits ac­tress opened up to the glossy mag­a­zine about her boyfriend, con­firm­ing the couple are “in love” and are “very happy”.

And dur­ing the in­ter­view, the freck­led ac­tress, who has pre­vi­ously com­plained about her fa­cial mark­ings be­ing con­cealed, ad­mit­ted she was pleased to be work­ing with noted pho­tog­ra­pher Peter Lind­bergh, be­cause he ‘”rarely re­touches, and he be­lieves in such lit­tle make-up”.

Now it’s been re­vealed Meghan’s as­signed makeup artist on the day was Green­well, who worked with Harry’s late mother Di­ana on pho­to­shoots for Van­ity Fair and Vogue.

Mary posted the im­ages of Meghan’s pho­to­shoot on In­sta­gram, and shared with her so­cial me­dia fol­low­ers she’d had “such a lovely day” work­ing with the 36-year-old star.

In an in­ter­view about Di­ana’s beauty se­crets, Green­well told Stylist mag­a­zine: “Di­ana was al­ways very open and will­ing with her style.”

An­drew Wil­son

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