Meghan Markle adds meaningful diamond ring to her stunning jewellery collection

Didn’t the Duchess of Sussex look stunning in her TIME photo shoot with Prince Harry?

The couple made the magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People of 2021, and Meghan looked stunning in three bold looks, including tailored pants and a jumper from The Row and her trademark crisp white shirt for the cover photo.

 

Meghan sported her favourite jewellery on the TIME cover

 

The royal also opted to wear some of her favorite pieces of jewelry for the pictures, including her £5,800 Cartier “Love” bracelet, her £17,700 Cartier “Gold Tank” Watch, and her £4,948.75 Jennifer Meyer “Mini Bezel Bracelet.”

Along with her engagement and wedding rings, she also added her stunning Lorraine Schwartz diamond ring.

Observant viewers have also noted that Meghan appears to be wearing some jewelry that Michelle Obama, a friend of hers, also owns.

Given that it was created by the feminist brand Shiffon, which works to eliminate the gender pay gap and supports female entrepreneurs, the Duchess’ pinky ring made of yellow gold and diamonds is an especially potent accessory.

 

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The business claims: “We were motivated to create fine jewelry by our passion for fine jewelry, which women frequently invest in. Duet Pinky Ring profits, which make up 50% of our total sales, go entirely to supporting female entrepreneurs. We came to the conclusion that we didn’t have to be “successful” in order to start passing it along.”

The $525 “Duet” ring that belonged to Meghan is still for sale online. The delicate jewelry, which has one small diamond set next to a larger diamond, symbolizes one woman standing by another through a “pinky promise.”

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Meghan wears Michelle Obama’s ring amongst other jewels

 

Serena Williams, another one of Meghan’s close friends, Emma Watson, and Nicole Kidman are also admirers of the ring.

Meghan was undoubtedly motivated by the number of female-owned businesses that the brand’s founder, Shilpa Yarlagadda, has invested in since she began the fine jewelry business during her first year at Harvard.

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