Harry and Meghan crash mental health charity's Zoom meeting

DailyMailTV last week revealed the couple has been hiding out at the ultra-luxury mansion since March, when they moved to LA from Vancouver Island amid the Covid-19 lockdown.   The pair have never been seen in public with Perry - best known for his cross-dressing portrayal of feisty Madea in his series of hit films - but are believed to have met him through their mutual close friend Oprah Winfrey. It is unknown what the video call entailed however, Harry and Meghan, who are known advocates for mental health issues, have worked with the charity in the past.  The couple helped launch the Crisis Text Line's UK affiliate, Shout, last May in a joint project with Prince William and Kate Middleton.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had also announced the initiative on their Sussex Royal Instagram account.  Many royal fans thanked Neal for sharing the surprise video call in the comments, but some eagle-eyed users were quick to comment on the artwork in the background.  'Look at the picture art in the background. another user said.  Neal declined to comment when contacted by DailyMail.com.   The royal couple recently erected screens around the Beverly Hills area mansion where they are living with son Archie, after it was discovered people could see directly onto the grounds. Workmen were pictured outside the million home, owned by movie producer Tyler Perry, on Saturday - the first day Los Angeles County allowed some hiking trails to reopen as authorities relaxed lockdown measures. Gallery: Harry and Meghan's best moments (Good Housekeeping UK) After Parks & Recreation let Californians back onto popular hiking routes such as the Beverly Drive – Franklin Canyon Connector Trail on Saturday, locals taking dogs for walks and doing their daily exercise could see exactly where the couple are staying with their son Archie. The area surrounding Beverly Ridge Estates features a steep hill which leads to the edge of the property and gives walkers an advantageous viewpoint.  Gallery: The best images from around the world this week (Photos) People arrive at the Montparnasse Station to resume work in the city after gradual easing of coronavirus lockdown, on May 10.