Duchess Meghan: The Romantic Meaning Behind Her New Ring
On Saturday June 8th, Trooping the Colour took place in honor of the Queen's birthday. For the parade, Duchess Meghan made her first appearance ever since Archie's birth and surprised us with a new ring that has a very special meaning.
Anyone who took a close look at Duchess Meghan at this year's Trooping the Colour on Saturday in London could see three rings on Duchess Meghan's (37) hand. In addition to her wedding ring and the engagement ring, the Duchess wore another piece of jewelry, which we had never seen before
Royals: Prince Harry gave an Eternity Ring to Duchess Meghan
Duchess Meghan wore a so-called Eternity ring, which is completely covered in diamonds around the band. These rings are often given as gifts at personal milestones. Duchess Catherine (37) was also given an Eternity Ring by Prince William (36) after the birth of Prince George (5).
As "People" reports, Duchess Meghan did NOT get the Eternity ring from Prince Harry in honor of Baby Archie Harrison's birth. The ring was a gift from Prince Harry (34) for the occasion of the couple's first wedding anniversary. Harry and Meghan celebrated this very privately on 19 May.
Duchess Meghan at Trooping the Colour
The Trooping the Colour ceremony was Meghan's first public appearance after Archie's birth. During the carriage ride the Duchess smiled at the crowd and seemed to enjoy the outing with her husband, Duchess Catherine and Duchess Camilla (71).
It is not yet known when we will see Duchess Meghan in public next. Most probably, it will be for little Archie's christening and we can't wait!