Ever since the announcement of Meghan Markle’s engagement to Prince Harry, all eyes have been on her. The Duchess has become a fashion darling, who often makes subtle tributes to events and people in her life through delicate pieces, and one of her latest appearances was no different.
Earlier this month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had an official visit to the Broom Farm Community Centre in Windsor, England. While at the event, Meghan find a subtle way to honour the two most important men in her life: her husband and their six month-old son, Archie Harrison.
The Duchess, who often sends messages through her jewellery, made a show of love at the event. Meghan wore two necklaces from Canadian brand, Suetables. The pieces she was wearing were the ‘Shirley Zodiac’ pendant and ‘Vanessa Coin Zodiac’ necklace. The Shirley necklace is a representation of Prince Harry, who’s a Virgo (born September 15), and the Vanessa Coin was a tribute to Archie, a Taurus (born May 6).
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Both of the former actress’ jewellery pieces were actually affordable. Meghan opted for the 10K gold version of the Vanessa Coin Zodiac necklace, which costs around AED 583.95 ($159). Meanwhile, the Shirley Zodiac pendant retails for only AED 290.14 ($79).
This isn’t the first time that the Duchess uses jewellery to show her love for her men. While still on maternity leave, Meghan was spotted sporting an upgraded version of her engagement ring. She attended the Trooping the Colour event, which marked the Queen’s 93rd birthday where she debuted a new piece of sparkle on her ring finger. Sitting underneath her engagement ring and wedding band was an eternity ring, a tribute to her son. It was believed to be a gift from Prince Harry to mark the birth of their first child.
Meghan is wearing a third ring on her ring finger – a delicate pave-set band – alongside her engagement and wedding rings. pic.twitter.com/I9I4tvnF8t
— Meghans Mirror (@MeghansMirror) June 8, 2019
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