Sunrise hosts are stunned by a strange detail in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s glossy Time magazine cover
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle graced the cover of Time Magazine’s Most Influential People issue this month.
But their shiny photoshoot left the hosts of the Australian breakfast show sunrise scratched their heads on Thursday when they noticed how the royal couple looked very different on the cover than in real life.
“Harry doesn’t look real, does he?” co-anchor David ‘Kochie’ Koch observed. “He looks like he’s from Madame Tussauds!”
Opinion: The Sunrise team, including news anchor Edwina Bartholomew (pictured), was stunned Thursday by a strange detail in the cover of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Time 100
Sports presenter Mark Beretta added: ‘Has Harry’s hair grown… forward? It just looks more lush. It looks thicker.’
Co-host Natalie Barr chimed in: ‘Looks like he’s a little… hiding? And they said, “Harry, can you blow-dry her really well from behind?”‘
“There’s a bit of criticism that it’s just a smidgen photoshopped,” joked news anchor Edwina Bartholomew.
Cover story: The team discussed this photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who graced the cover of Time magazine’s number 100 most influential people
Regrowth: ‘Has Harry’s hair grown… forward? It just looks more lush. It looks thicker,” sports host Mark Beretta said of the cover. Pictured: Harry in 2017 at the Invictus Games
On the cover, Harry is dressed all in black and Meghan all in white on a terrace at their $14.65 million mansion in Montecito, California.
The American publication released a glossy cover on Harry’s 37th birthday, showing the Duke of Sussex standing behind his wife with his arms on her right shoulder in the ‘icons’ section of the annual lineup.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka, Dolly Parton and Britney Spears were also mentioned in the same section.
Watched: Co-anchor Natalie Barr chimed in: ‘Looks like he’s hiding a bit…? And they said, “Harry, can you blow-dry her really well from behind?”‘
It is the first time the couple has formally posed together for a magazine cover.
The photos of the Sussexes are accompanied by a profile written by their friend and chef José Andrés, whose charity World Central Kitchen is loved by the Sussexes and financially supported by their Archewell foundation in India and the Caribbean.
The accompanying article makes no mention of Harry and Meghan’s breakup from the royal family or the couple’s great interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Staying Positive: Chef José Andrés’ accompanying profile makes no mention of Harry and Meghan’s breakup with the royal family or their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey