The Duke and Duchess went on to reveal their list of BHM NextGen Trailblazers.
This was a list of people who they have recognised for challenging prejudice and contributing to British society.
Meghan also commented on the Black Lives Matter protests when asked about her views.
She said: “When there is just peaceful protest and when there is the intention of just wanting community and just wanting the recognition of equality, then that is a beautiful thing.”
The Duchess showed off her minimalist fashion sense by wearing a figure-hugging tan top.
The top had long sleeves and had a stylish touch with asymmetric cut out detailing.
The mother-of-one dressed up the look by tucking the top into a pair of brown leather trousers.
Less was more with the autumnal ensemble and Meghan appeared not to wear any jewellery.
The Duke of Sussex wore a matching bracelet around his right wrist.
The royal couple appeared via video link and spoke from their home in Santa Barbara, California.
Fans were given a glimpse into the living room of the £11million property.
The couple sat on a grey couch with cream cushions and there were three monochrome paintings behind them.