She’s been sporting a gold band by Cleave & Company alongside her spectacular diamond engagement ring since her wedding on Saturday.
And on Tuesday Meghan was seen with what appeared to be another new addition to her growing jewellery collection, in the form of a sparkling diamond tennis bracelet.
The Duchess of Sussex debuted the delicate piece for the first time as she appeared at the Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday garden party at Buckingham Palace, sparking suggestions it may have been a wedding gift from her new husband, Prince Harry.
With Meghan typically seen in more understated jewellery, the attention-grabbing style of the statement trinket suggests it’s new.
On Monday Meghan Markle attended Prince Charles’ 70th birthday party wearing what appeared to be a stunning new diamond tennis bracelet
The Duchess of Sussex looked to be wearing the delicate piece for the first time, sparking suggestions it may have been a wedding gift from Prince Harry
The delicate bracelet closely resembles a bracelet advertised on the Cartier website, which retails at an eye-watering £17,700.
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Named the ‘Essential Lines Bracelet’, the stunning designer piece is made of white gold and diamonds, and is only available to order by phone or in store.
Set with 61 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 3.34 carats, the bracelet would indeed be an impressive gift from Harry.
Meghan wore a stunning pair of Cartier earrings on her big day, counting towards her ‘something old’ – and signalling that she is already a fan of the heritage brand.
The delicate bracelet closely resembles one advertised on the Cartier website, which retails at a staggering £17,700 (seen)
Meghan wore a pair of Cartier earrings on her wedding day, counting towards her ‘something old’ for the day, signifying that she is a fan of the brand
If Prince Harry did indeed gave his new bride a gift on their wedding night, he would have been following in the footsteps of his father.
Prince Charles gifted Diana with a sizeable emerald-cut aquamarine ring on their wedding day, which Meghan was seen wearing to her own evening reception on Saturday.
The poignant tribute to Harry’s late mother, who also owned a similar-looking diamond tennis bracelet to the one spotted on Meghan’s arm on Tuesday, followed Diana’s wishes for her jewellery to be passed onto her sons’ wives.
Meghan Markle paid a touching tribute to Prince Harry’s late mother Princess Diana by wearing aquamarine ring
Ms Markle paired the emerald-cut accessory with a white halterneck evening gown by Stella McCartney (pictured: Princess Diana wearing the ring)
It is unclear whether Prince Harry gave the ring to Ms Markle as a gift, or if it was both ‘something borrowed’ and ‘something blue’ for her wedding day.
According to the Sun, Diana wrote before her tragic death: ‘I would like you to allocate all my jewellery to the share to be held by my sons, so that their wives may, in due course, have it or use it.
‘I leave the exact division of the jewellery to your discretion.’
The Princess of Wales first wore the stunning ring in 1996 during a trip to Australia.
The ring is not the first time Ms Markle has wore something previously belonging to Diana – her engagement ring features two diamonds from her late mother-in-law’s private collection.
Ms Markle’s engagement ring includes one stone from Botswana, where the couple holidayed, and was personally designed by Prince Harry himself.
Meghan is usually seen with more understated jewellery, like this delicate charm bracelet she wore to the Invictus Games in Toronto
Meghan, seen here in Birmingham in March, usually favours simple bracelets or multi-string pieces
Seen here wearing a slim band bracelet in 2016, Meghan’s style has always been understated and classic