The Meaning Behind Meghan Markle's New Ring From Prince Harry

Curated via Twitter from W magazine’s twitter account….

And Prince Harry isn’t the first royal to give one as a gift—Prince William gave Kate Middleton an eternity band after the birth of their son, Prince George.

Markle rode in a carriage alongside husband Prince Harry, clad in a navy dress by Claire Waight Keller for Givenchy—who designed her wedding dress—and a hat by Noel Stewart.

Over the weekend, Meghan Markle made a public appearance at Trooping the Color, a parade celebrating the queen’s official birthday (apparently, Queen Elizabeth has two birthdays: April 21 is the day she was actually born, but official celebrations occur each year on the second Saturday in June).

When the duchess was photographed waving to the crowd, eagle-eyed royal watchers noticed that she sported a new ring, in addition to her wedding band and engagement ring.

People reports that the ring is an eternity band from the prince, a gift designed to mark a milestone.

It features a large diamond from Botswana—the country where she and Harry first traveled together, and it’s also one of the Prince’s favorite places in the world.

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The Meaning Behind Meghan Markle's New Ring From Prince Harry

Curated via Twitter from W magazine’s twitter account….

And Harry isn’t the first royal to give one as a gift–Prince Harry gave Kate Middleton an eternity band after the birth of their son, Prince George.

Markle rode on a carriage alongside husband Prince Harry, clad in a navy dress by Claire Waight Keller for Givenchy–who designed her wedding dress–and a hat by Noel Stewart.

When the Duchess was photographed waving to the crowd, eagle-eyed royal watchers noticed that she’s sporting a new ring in addition to her wedding band and engagement ring.

People reports that the ring is an eternity band from Prince Harry, a gift designed to mark a milestone.

Over the weekend, Meghan Markle made a public appearance at Trooping the Colour, a parade celebrating the queen’s official birthday (apparently Queen Elizabeth has two birthdays: one, April 21st, is the day she was actually born, but official celebrations occur each year on the second Saturday in June).

It features a large diamond from Botswana–it’s the country where she and Harry first traveled together, and it’s also one of the Prince’s favorite places in the world.

Link to original article….

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