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Meghan Markle is giving a glimpse at her primping process.

In a scene from Netflix’s “Harry & Meghan” docuseries, the Duchess of Sussex chats with her longtime makeup artist Daniel Martin while he gets her glammed up.

And as Prince Harry sits nearby and puts on “Bennie & the Jets” — a tune Markle calls their son Archie’s “favorite” — the camera pans the table of the many makeup products Martin’s using.

As for what’s among the bevy of beauty products? Tatcha’s Water Cream ($59, originally $69), a lightweight moisturizer, plus what appears to be the brand’s The Essence ($89, originally $105), which is billed as a skincare boosting treatment.

And if you’re hoping to copy the former “Suits” star’s makeup arsenal, good news: the docuseries’ release comes amid Tatcha’s holiday sale, where shoppers can score 15% off sitewide through Dec. 12 at 1 p.m, PT with the code GETINTIME — plus receive orders by Christmas for any last-minute gifting needs.

A turquoise Tatcha jar

Tatcha The Water Cream ($59, originally $69)

In addition to the products from the docuseries, the deals also include several more of Markle’s many favorites.

After all, the makeup chair scene is hardly the first time Markle’s revealed her love of the brand; in addition to name dropping it in interviews over the years, she’s also friends Tatcha founder Vicky Tsai, who was even interviewed in the docuseries.

Meghan Markle having her makeup done
Prince Harry added ambiance to Meghan Markle’s glam session by putting on music.

Beauty products sitting on a table
A slew of products could be seen on the table.


Meghan Markle having her makeup done by Daniel Martin
Daniel Martin was also behind Markle’s wedding glam.

Meghan Markle in a blue dress
The second part of the docuseries “Harry & Meghan” dropped on Netflix today.


Markle once told Allure that she “really loves” the Tatcha Rice Polish Foaming Enzyme Powder ($58, originally $68), which she even gave out as a gift at her star-studded 2019 baby shower

“It just sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation,” she added to the magazine in her days as a “Suits” actress.

A white Tatcha jar

Tatcha Rice Polish Foaming Enzyme Powder ($58, originally $68)

Meanwhile Martin told Allure years later that he used Tatcha’s Serum Stick ($41, originally $48) — which also has a place by Jennifer Aniston’s “Morning Show” makeup chair  — on Markle for the 2021 Salute to Freedom Gala.

But Markle and Aniston are far from the brand’s only celebrity devotees; Selena Gomez is a fan of the Dewy Skin Cream ($59, originally $69), while Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner have both reached for the Luminous Dewy Skin Mist ($41, originally $48).

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