Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet are being raised by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Montecito, California. Although the children are largely shielded from the public eye, the Duchess of Sussex has found lovely ways to honor her two children when out and about.
Steven Stone’s jewelry experts have examined a few of Meghan’s adorable jewelry ensembles, and we adore how they subtly complement her son and daughter. One such piece is a diamond eternity band with Archie’s and Archie’s birthstones in addition to Harry and Meghan’s.
The Duchess also owns two constellation necklaces for each of her children, one for each of their zodiac signs: a Taurus necklace for little Archie, who turned four in early May, and a Gemini necklace for Lilibet, who will turn two on June 4.
Additionally, Meghan has been seen sporting a necklace that reads “mummy” and a gold ring with her daughter’s initial, “L.” Adorable!
Diamond expert Maxwell Stone commented on the pieces, saying: “From ancient diamonds to emerging designers, Meghan Markle has an eye for jewelry. Surprisingly, she favors understated jewelry aside from her £120,000 engagement ring and a few pieces that once belonged to Princess Diana.
“Meghan wears a comfortable mix of jewelry brands, from high-end to budget-friendly, and many of her pieces subtly honor her family, particularly her two children, Archie and Lilibet. One such piece is her diamond eternity band, which includes her, Harry, and Archie’s birthstones.”
Meghan is not the only mother who wears jewelry to honor her children. Most recently, Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, was seen sporting a stunning necklace that made reference to her two grandchildren while visiting New York City to attend the Ms. Foundation for Women’s annual gala.
Since their trip to New York City, when they reportedly experienced a “near-catastrophic” incident while being pursued by paparazzi, the royal couple has avoided the spotlight. Following Meghan’s receipt of a Woman of Vision award at the Ms. Foundation for Women’s annual gala in May, the incident took place.
A spokesperson for the couple said in a statement last month: “Last night, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Ms. Ragland were involved in a nearly fatal car chase at the hands of a ring of highly aggressive paparazzi. Over the course of this relentless pursuit, which lasted more than two hours, there were numerous close calls with other motorists, pedestrians, and two NYPD officers.
The taxi driver who tried to drive them home, Sukhcharn Singh, said to the Washington Post: “I don’t think I would call it a chase. Never once did I feel unsafe. It wasn’t like a movie car chase. They appeared frightened and remained quiet, but New York is a safe place.
Backgrid, the photo agency at the center of the narrative, also issued a statement that read, in part, “At BACKGRID USA Inc., we value transparency and ethics in journalism, which includes giving fair and accurate responses to claims. We are aware of Prince Harry’s remarks regarding a ‘near catastrophic car chase’ that allegedly involved him, Meghan Markle, and her mother on Tuesday night in New York City.
According to the agency, “four independent photographers, three of whom were driving cars and one of whom was riding a bicycle, provided us with photos and videos of last night’s events… Since their only weapon was a camera, they had no desire to cause anyone any inconvenience or harm.