She was seen wearing an important Middle Eastern emblem
Meghan Markle, aka the Duchess of Sussex, was spotted out wearing a piece of Middle Eastern jewellery this week. The 37-year-old, who is currently in her second trimester of pregnancy was attending a Royal engagement, visiting a retirement home in London.
At the event, she was seen wearing a Hamsa Hand ring, an ancient symbol of protection across the Arab World. The symbol has been used for thousands of years across the Middle East and north Africa, and is believed by some to “ward off” evil spirits as well as being a symbol of power and strength.
The duchess wore the gold design on her middle finger on her right hand. The jewellery, also known as a Hand of Fatima ring, featured a blue sapphire and was created by Turkish jewellery designer Kismet by Milka.
For the event at Brinsworth House she wore an off white floral design dress from Brock Collection. She then paired the dress with a grey wool coat from Soia & Kyo. Aside from her ring, she accessorised with an envelope clutch from Wilbur & Gussie, sling back grey court shoes by Aquazzura and tear drop earrings.
Fancy getting your hands on the regal jewellery? The piece retails for AED 1,600 and is available on the Kismet by Milka site.