Jewellery Styles of Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle’s jewellery style is both classic and contemporary. Often opting for delicate, feminine pieces, Meghan is a huge supporter of ethical brands and can often be seen wearing delicately stacked gold rings and small, delicate earrings.

Meghan often chooses her jewellery carefully, and each piece often has significant symbolism.

Here we look at the top jewellery styles of Meghan Markle.

Pippa Small “Collette” Necklace

During Meghan and Harry’s famous interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan wore a silk dress paired with a bracelet once belonging to Princess Diana, and this delicate “Collette” gold and aquamarine necklace by Pippa Small.

This is a piece that Meghan had worn previously during the couple’s 2018 royal tour of the Oceania region.
The delicateness, and simpleness of this necklace, coupled with having worn it previously symbolizes both practicality and simplicity.

 

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Pippa Small “Collette” Necklace

Princess Diana’s Diamond Tennis Bracelet

Another piece that Meghan selected for the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey was a diamond tennis bracelet that once belonged to her mother-in-law, Princess Diana. Meghan has often been seen wearing her mother-in-law’s jewels as a symbol of keeping her close, perhaps for inspiration.

This stunning bracelet is reportedly by famous jewellery house, Cartier and is said to be the same bracelet that Harry took stones from the create Meghan’s new Cushion cut diamond engagement ring.

 

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Princess Diana’s Diamond Tennis Bracelet

Catherine Zoraida Swallow Stud Earrings

Often opting for small, delicate pieces which are from ethical jewellers, these beautiful 18ct gold plated silver (eco silver) swallow earrings have been designed for the RSPB with 10% of all sales going directly to the charity.

 

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Catherine Zoraida Swallow Stud Earrings

Birks Snowflake Earrings

As we know, Meghan generally opts for more delicate jewellery but sometimes, a girl just needs to sparkle. Here, Meghan dazzles as she wears a £12,000 pair of Birks Snowflake Snowstorm 2.15ct diamond earrings in white gold.

 

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Birks Snowflake Earrings

Princess Diana’s Cartier Sapphire Bangle

In September 2019, Meghan stepped out to the launch of her Capsule Collection wearing another piece of her mother-in-law’s jewels – a striking 18ct yellow gold flexible torque bangle set with a cabochon deep blue sapphire at each end, coupled with a row of pave set small diamonds set in white gold. The bangle is said to currently be valued between £4,000 and £6,000.

This is not the first time Meghan has been seen wearing this bracelet. She also wore it for her first overseas royal tour with Harry. The couple toured Australia in 2018 and Meghan wore the bangle when they visited Taronga Zoo in Sydney.

 

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Princess Diana’s Cartier Sapphire Bangle

Meghan’s Classic Pearl and Diamond Drop Earrings

This rather special pair of classic pearl and diamond drop earrings were gifted to Meghan by the Queen on their first Royal engagement together along with a pearl necklace. They are obviously very sentimental to Meghan as she has made them one of her wardrobe staples and wears them regularly – and who can blame her when they are this beautiful?

 

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Meghan’s Classic Pearl and Diamond Drop Earrings

Meghan’s Diamond Engagement Ring

Harry proposed to Meghan Markle in November 2017 with a spectacular three stone diamond ring which he had made by Cleave and Company, Court Jewellers and Medalists to Her Majesty the Queen. Harry revealed in an interview with the BBC later that day that the ring was yellow gold as it was Meghan’s favourite and that he had sourced the middle stone from Botswana and the two smaller stones were from his mother’s jewellery collection “to make sure that she’s with us on this crazy journey together”.

However, early in 2019, fans noticed something different about Meghan’s sparkling trilogy ring. It had been remodelled into a diamond eternity ring.

Eternity rings are a symbol of everlasting love and are usually given by a spouse to their wife to mark a milestone wedding anniversary or a new baby.

Perhaps, Harry had it recommissioned for their first wedding anniversary or the birth of baby Archie?

 

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Meghan’s Diamond Engagement Ring

Meghan’s Welsh Gold Wedding Band

In true Meghan style, her wedding band is simple, elegant, and stylish.

A simple, thin gold band which compliments her sparkling diamond engagement ring perfectly.

However, this is no ordinary gold wedding band. The gold for Meghan’s wedding band was gifted to her by The Queen from her own personal stash of rare Welsh gold.

The tradition began with the Queen Mother in 1923 and, since then, all British royal brides including Diana Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Cambridge have all worn wedding bands made from Welsh gold.

 

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Meghan’s Welsh Gold Wedding Band

Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau Tiara

Although not actually Meghan’s, the diamond tiara which she wore for her wedding on 19th May 2018 is truly spectacular.

The tiara is formed as a flexible band of eleven sections, pave set with large and small brilliant-cut diamonds in a geometric design. The centre is set with a detachable brooch of ten brilliant diamonds.

The central brooch was originally gifted to Queen Mary (Queen Elizabeth II’s grandmother) in 1893 by the County of Lincoln. In 1932, Mary had the brooch reset into the bandeau style tiara. Upon her death in 1953, it was bequeathed to Queen Elizabeth II who lent it to Meghan for her wedding day. What a magical thing to be loaned.

 

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Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau Tiara

Princess Diana’s Aquamarine Cocktail Ring

Another piece of the late Princess Diana’s jewellery which Meghan has inherited is a rather striking aquamarine cocktail ring.

Meghan first wore the magnificent ring as her ‘something blue’ as she waved to the crowds en route to her wedding reception at Frogmore House in May 2018.

The £70,000 ring is a 30ct Asprey cocktail ring set in 24ct yellow gold. It is believed that Princess Diana originally commissioned the ring to compliment an existing aquamarine and pearl bracelet.

 

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Princess Diana’s Aquamarine Cocktail Ring
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