In an interview for Vogue.com two days after Meghan's royal wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018, Mr Enninful presciently remarked: "Diversity for me is not just about skin colour but of perspectives. It should be part of the language of the magazine always. That's just what the world is."
And if perspective is what the British Vogue editor is searching for, Enninful is sure to find it in volumes from the pen of American-born TV star turned Duchess Meghan Markle.
In addition to acting as guest editor, the 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex will reportedly contribute an opinion piece for fashion's most important issue, as well as "bringing a selection of female change-makers on board to write their own personal essays", a source tells Us Weekly.
No word yet on who these trailblazing women are, but the list could potentially include Meghan's close confidantes Serena Williams, Priyanka Chopra and Amal Clooney.
Insiders claim the Duchess will also appear in "new photos that haven't been taken yet", with the photoshoot scheduled for next week at Meg and husband Prince Harry's home at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
The location could indicate that Harry and baby Archie will be included in the shoot, prompting speculation that Meghan and her boys may also be the cover stars of Vogue's September issue.
Seasoned celebrity Meghan has appeared in many a glossy magazine before, most memorably appearing on the front cover of Vanity Fair's October 2017 issue with the headline: "She's just wild about Harry!"
As for the Duchess' rumoured opinion piece, Cosmopolitan hopes Meghan reveals what she really thinks about US President Donald Trump, or better yet the truth about those enduring Prince William and Kate Middleton feud rumours.
We'll have to wait until September to know for sure, but if the Duchess' latest appearance is anything to go by all is not well at the Palace.
It was her first time in the spotlight since introducing baby Archie Harrison at a photocall in St George's Chapel in Windsor last month.
Speaking to Express.co.uk's Fabulous Digital, behavioural analyst Judi James revealed Kate Middleton showed "a lack of relaxation" while her posture was "slightly self-diminished".