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 make-up artist on the day was beauty veteran Mary, who has also worked with Harry’s late mother Diana on photoshoots for both 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.
"Beautiful Meghan Markel (sic) for@vanityfair with @therealpeterlindbergh and@jdiehlpoynter Such a lovely day.#marygreenwell #meghanmarkle#makeup#makeupartist", the make-up maven captioned a post featuring the glowing cover image of the star.
In an interview about Diana's beauty secrets, Mary told Stylist magazine: "Diana was always very open and willing with her style. I think as soon as we worked together she realized the power of hair and make-up and that is something that should never be underestimated. By anyone."
Meghan's beau Harry is scheduled to carry out a host of engagements in Toronto later this month when he arrives for the 2017 Invictus Games where he is expected to make his first public appearance with the actress at an official event.
Kensington Palace released details of Harry’s itinerary, but declined to comment on which event she would be attending.