Meghan Markle's Christmas Gift for Oprah Winfrey Gets Her Favorite Things Stamp of Approval

While Oprah Winfrey may be a daunting person to buy a Christmas present for, it seems Meghan Markle found just the thing for the billionaire media mogul—and it's something you can have, too.

By Samantha Schnurr Dec 14, 2020 5:32 PMTags
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What does one gift Oprah Winfrey for Christmas?

When it comes to the one and only Winfrey, buying for the mogul sounds quite daunting. After all, she's a billionaire and the face of one of the most trusted holiday shopping guides to date. But, it seems Meghan Markle found something Winfrey not only is a fan of, but would also make the cut for her annual Favorite Things list. That item is Clevr's SuperLatte mix. 

Late Sunday, Dec. 13, the humanitarian shared a video of herself making a Golden SuperLatte while minding Markle's instructions to put in one scoop of the mix before adding a third cup of hot water, frothing and then finishing with more water. 

"It's delicious," Winfrey said of the wellness-focused product. The video also gave fans a look at how the drink mixes were presented to Winfrey: in a basket filled with greenery and fruits. 

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While Winfrey did not refer to the Duchess of Sussex by name, she made it crystal clear who the gift was from. 

"On the first day of Christmas my neighbor 'M' sent to me...a basket of deliciousness! (Yes that M [crown emoji])," the former talk show host captioned the video. "My new drink of choice for the morning and night. Wish I had @clevrblends sooner cause I would've added it to my Favorite Things list. #HappyHolidays."

Before Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their first child together, son Archie, Winfrey confirmed to Access Hollywood she would be gifting the newborn her go-to baby present: books. But, don't imagine just a few books in a bag. As Mindy Kaling recalled to USA Today of the books Winfrey sent her daughter, it was "a hand-carved bookcase, prettier than any professional dollhouse you had ever seen that contained a hundred of the classic essential books in children's literature."