Meghan joined her husband Prince Harry at a Vancouver Canucks hockey game against the San Jose Sharks on Monday evening.
The couple’s visit centres around the upcoming Invictus Games, which is scheduled to be held in Vancouver and Whistler in 2025.
Looking flawless in a black long sleeved top and black boot cut trousers, Megan accessorised with a total of £55,332.25 worth of jewellery. Leading diamond experts at Steven Stone have taken a close look at each piece and revealed everything there is to know…
Juste Un Clou Necklace
Cartier is a renowned luxury brand known for its timeless and elegant jewellery pieces – and Meghan Markle has been spotted wearing their items on various occasions.
During the ice hockey match, Meghan was wearing a yellow gold and diamond Juste un Clou necklace that’s set with 57 diamonds, totaling 0.20 carats.
It retails at £15,500.
Against Evil Eye Diamond Pave Bracelet
A new addition to her jewellery box, Meghan was sporting an Against Evil Eye diamond pave bracelet from Lorraine Schwartz.
Lorraine Schwartz’s Against Evil Eye Collection has remained a staple among its wearers for nearly two decades. Believed to protect individuals from the envy of others, blue topaz and diamonds create Lorraine’s interpretation of the iconic motif in a variety of designs.
It’s not the first time that Meghan’s worn an ‘evil eye’ accessory and back in 2020, she debuted an Edge of Ember evil eye pendant.
Made of 18K white gold, Meghan’s bracelet retails at £14,982.25.
Gold Tank Française Watch
Meghan was wearing her Cartier Tank Francaise Watch, which previously belonged to the late Princess Diana, who wore it on formal occasions.
Diana was spotted with the classic timepiece during a number of events – including a visit to London’s Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Hindu Temple in 1997 and an engagement at the British Lung Foundation that same year.
Prince Harry gifted his Mother’s elegant watch to his wife, Meghan, who also appears to place significance on it – she was first seen wearing the accessory at a Fortune magazine summit back in 2022. In 2021, she wore it in a rare portrait of the couple that was released ahead of the couples episode of ‘Time100 Talks’.
More recently, she wore the watch alongside Princess Diana’s £140,000 Cartier diamond tennis bracelet during a hike in California – which coincided with King Charles III’s coronation – and during the Invictus Games in September.
Though did you know that the watch wasn’t actually left to Prince Harry? After the Princess passed away, her private jewellery was divided between her two sons and the watch was given to Prince William, while Harry got her engagement ring – the brothers eventually swapped.
Worth £17,800 ($23,000) at the time, the watch is now likely worth a lot more given its history.
Yellow Gold ‘Love’ Bracelet
Meghan was also wearing a yellow gold ‘Love’ bracelet from Cartier. Created in New York in the 1970s, the close fitting, oval bracelet is an icon of jewellery design.
The closure is designed with two functional screws that are placed on either side of the bracelet. Passionate and unconditional, it seals intense romances.
Meghan’s bracelet retails at £7050.
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