04 October 2017

Markle Sparkle: Meghan's Invictus Jewels

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Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle, was a fixture at this year's Invictus Games in Toronto. The games marked the couple's first official public appearance together, and Meghan also supported Harry in the audience during the opening and closing ceremonies. Here's a look at some of the modern, delicate jewelry we saw Meghan wear.




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At the opening ceremonies, Meghan's jewelry was a bit difficult to spot in the dark photographs of the audience.


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But we can see a hint of her golden right-hand rings in this picture. She also wore a golden bracelet that she repeated later in the games.


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We got a better look at Meghan's jewelry when she and Harry attended a wheelchair tennis match together. (Harry wore a few accessories, too!)


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She selected small pieces in golden tones for the event, including a pair of stud earrings from an American jewelry designer, Zofia Day. The v-shaped "Dash" earrings, which are set with diamonds, are the same pair she recently wore on the cover of Vanity Fair. (See that image over here!)


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She also wore a trio of slender gold rings on her right hand...


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...and a delicate golden bracelet on her left wrist. The bracelet features small gold disks dangling from a slim chain.


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For Saturday's closing ceremonies, Meghan was joined in a box seat by her mother, Doria Ragland.


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Just as before, the lighting and distance at the closing ceremonies made spotting jewelry specifics difficult, but Meghan wore a bracelet on her left wrist -- possibly the same one worn at wheelchair tennis -- plus perhaps a delicate necklace.