Meghan Markle is known for wearing delicate gold jewellery, some of which have significant meanings behind the designs. When appearing for her and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duchess of Sussex chose a gold necklace with four pendants.
For the interview, Meghan chose a black Giorgio Armani triple silk georgette dress, which had a lotus flower motif across the right hand side and over the shoulder.
To accessorise, she opted for a blue and gold necklace from the brand Pippa Small.
Pippa Small is a jewellery designer Meghan has worn several times over the years.
And it seems the Duchess accessorises her outfits with jewellery from this brand for pivotal moments.
For her iconic March 2021, Meghan wore a necklace that’s design “inspired courage and confidence”.
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The “highly spiritual stone” also “encourages service to humanity” – something Meghan is passionate about.
The crystal experts also explained some of the benefits aquamarines can bring to the wearer.
Aquamarine has the “ability to shield your aura and protect you from negative vibrations”.
It also allows you to balance emotions, and is a “useful stone for cleansing and aligning your chakras”.
“The gentle, nurturing vibrations of this stone will calm you down and soothe frayed tempers,” the experts added.
They say it is best to wear Aquamarine stones in jewellery so they are close to the skin.
This way, the power of the stone can have a “direct connection to the energies of your body and surround you with its protective and supportive energy”.
As for when Meghan has worn Pippa Small jewellery before; the Duchess chose the Durga yellow gold ring when she accompanied Kate Middleton to Wimbledon back in July 2019.
Pippa Small’s Kyanite stud earrings have been worn on numerous occasions by Meghan too.
Before that, Meghan chose the small Wajiha cuff for the British Fashion Awards in 2018.
For Princess Beatrice’s wedding, the Duchess of Sussex was seen wearing several of the brands rings, and a bracelet on one hand.