"" Meghan's lifestyle brand unveiled its first product.

Meghan's lifestyle brand unveiled its first product.

As she invites friends and influencers to the launch of her new brand Meghan Markle

With images of a strawberry jam jar on social media the Duchess of Sussex has given fans a sneak peek at her latest business endeavour.

The jam from the new American Riviera Orchard brand appeared to be distributed to friends and influencers in an attempt to maintain a feeling of secrecy.

Tracy Robbins a fashion designer shared a photo of the gridlock on Instagram.

Meghan's markle lifestyle brand launched its first product.

The number "17 of 50" on it denoted the amount of persons who would be able to partake in this new company's first crop.

Last month Meghan hinted on social media about the launch of her new lifestyle brand which is situated in California and is likely to sell culinary items.

Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry appeared to have relaunched their brands and enterprises this year starting with a redesign of their regal-themed sussex.com website.

Their most recent endeavours including the Netflix movie Harry and Meghan and Prince Harry's memoir Spare appear to be shifting away from an earlier emphasis on their time spent as working royals.

The couple's most recent Netflix plans appear to align with Meghan's American Riviera Orchard brand's hint regarding strawberry jam.

A Netflix series that celebrate the joys of cooking and gardening, entertaining and friendship is something Meghan plans to debut.

Another Netflix project with Prince Harry will provide an inside look at the world of polo. Not the mints that's the equestrian activity.

Delfina Blaquier the spouse of Nacho Figueras a polo player friend of Prince Harry's also shared a photo of the new jam on social media with hers branded "10 of 50".

The couple's California home is evoked by the American Riviera Orchard social media trail and the soft launch of the jam features images of the jars in a sunny basket of lemons.

The price of products from the new lifestyle brand is unknown.

Despite the fact that many other royals are already having problems.Buckingham Palace Strawberry Preserve and Windsor Castle Fine Cut Seville Orange Marmalade retail for £3.95 and £3.95, respectively in the royal palace gift shops.

They appear to be saving money on both sides of the Atlantic.

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