The Duchess of Sussex’s jewellery style is delicate, classic, and understated. She may have access to some of the most decadent crown jewels in the world, but instead opts for a lot of dainty, gold jewellery that is often barely noticeable.
In fact, often you need to do a super-zoom to really notice her gold-laden accessories to get a clear glimpse of what she wore.
But in a recent post to the Sussex Royal Instagram page, the Duchess of Sussex can be seen wearing a whisper-thin gold ring on her thumb.
Fortunately for you, we’ve figured out where it’s from. The ring in question is from Turkish brand Kismet by Milka and is still available to buy online for £286.
The 14ct yellow gold band features a hamsa with an eye in the middle and a small round sapphire jewel.
The hamsa is a protective sign, said to bring the wearer happiness, love and protection. It is known as the Hand of Fatima in Islam and the Hand of Miriam in Judaism.
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The post then goes on to mention that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex helped the organisation with conservation work two years ago.
Meghan Markle is known for choosing jewellery with hidden meanings and it’s not the first time she’s been pictured wearing the Hamsa ring.
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Back in 2018 when the Duchess visited the Royal Variety Charity’s nursing home in Twickenham as part of a solo engagement, Meghan was seen pictured wearing the ring alongside her very large, and very blinding, engagement ring.
And at the Fashion Awards 2018, the former actress chose pieces from Pippa Small’s line with Turquoise Mountain Foundation, which was founded by Prince Charles in 2006.
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