Meghan Markle looked as glamorous as ever last night when she joined Prince Harry onstage at the Invictus Games in Germany.
Stunning in a black shirt dress, the Duchess of Sussex addressed 1.6k competitors, friends and family at a party held in Dusseldorf Hotel.
Though she kept her accessories fairly minimal, it was impossible not to notice the sparkling ring on her pinky finger – and we couldn’t help but wonder where we’d seen it before.
Due to their long lines, emerald cut diamonds reflects broader and more dramatic flashes of light and are less fiery then brilliant cut diamonds – they’re also highly symbolic. Representing stability and strength, they’re a particularly fitting cut for Meghan, who has faced a series of hardships and wealth of negative media portrayal since her and Prince Harry made the decision to withdraw from the royal family.
Though there have been suggestions that the ring was gifted to Meghan by a mystery donor from the Middle East, its origin has never been confirmed. Thus, the ring has become a source of speculation – particularly since Meghan wore it on the cover of Time magazine with Prince Harry in 2021. Though that wasn’t the first glimpse we got of the sparkler and it was actually first seen on Meghan’s finger in October 2020.
Our experts estimate the ring to be worth approximately $70,000 (£56,000).
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