The Duchess of Sussex is known for her love of jewellery, in particular, jewellery which holds a special meaning or connection to her and in a recent outing took the chance to honour her husband Prince Harry and six-month-old son Archie with two necklaces.
The two necklaces in question were zodiac necklaces by Canadian brand Suetables which she wore to a recent surprise visit to Broom Farm Community Centre in Windsor to meet with families of military servicemen and women.
In an Instagram post by the brand, Suetables confirmed the duchess had been wearing their 'Shirley Zodiac' pendant which represents Harry's zodiac sign Virgo, as well as their 'Vanessa Coin' necklace to honour Archie's zodiac, Taurus.
The brand was unsurprisingly excited Meghan chose pieces from their collection writing: "We are thrilled she chose to keep her loved ones close to her heart by wearing @suetables."
And it's by no means the duchess has turned to jewellery to honour her loved ones.
In July the duchess was spotted wearing a simple 'A' charm necklace by Australian jewellery designer Verse Fine Jewellery at the Wimbledon Championships, a subtle nod to her newborn son Archie.
Following photos of her wearing the necklace being released The Daily Mail reported the designer saw orders for the jewellery piece skyrocket – again proving the 'Meghan effect' is a very real phenomenon.
In addition to the necklaces, Meghan also wears some very special rings on her ring finger and while of course her wedding band and engagement ring are of incredible significance, it's the eternity band gifted to her this year by Harry that has an incredibly heartfelt connection to their new family.
Designed by Harry himself, the eternity band includes his, Meghan and baby Archie's birthstones on the underside of the ring, with each stone bringing their own meaning.
Harry's sapphire is believed to protect those close to you, Meghan's green peridot is said to bring power to the wearer while Archie's green emerald is associated with love and rebirth.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently having an extended break from royal duties, following recent admissions they had been struggling with the intense scrutiny from the press over the past year.
While it had been thought the family-of-three were planning to travel to the US to spend Thanksgiving with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland and return to the UK in time for Christmas at Sandringham, Buckingham Palace recently announced the couple would not join the rest of the royal family for the festivities.
In a statement released last week, Buckingham Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking forward to extended family time towards the end of the month.
"Having spent the last two Christmases at Sandringham [the couple] will spend the holiday this year, as a new family, with the Duchess' mother Doria.
"This decision is in line with precedent set previously by other members of the Royal Family, and has the support of Her Majesty The Queen."
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