Meghan Markle Redesigned her Engagement Ring

Meghan Markle redesigned her engagement ring. After Meghan Markle’s last appearance at the Trooping the Color parade on June 8, observers and fans of the royal family noticed a small change in the size of the Duchess’ Ring.

Nothing is too good for Meghan Markle. In November 2017, when the 37-year-old American actress announced her engagement with Prince Harry, she took the opportunity to tell the world the beautiful ring her future husband had given her. Very invested in the design of the jewel, the British heir had fully imagined and designed for his beautiful bride. Initially composed of a simple gold ring, it is adorned at its center with a large diamond from Botswana, an African country dear to Harry’s heart (he also took Meghan there in the summer of 2017 for the celebrations of his birthday). The stone is framed by two smaller diamonds that belonged to Lady Di who were rumored to be on a brooch.

But as observers and fans of the British royal family have noticed in recent days, the engagement ring has undergone some changes. When she made her comeback under the eye of the public since the birth of her son Archie on June 8 during the Trooping the Color parade, Meghan Markle unveiled her new jewel. Thus, the simple gold ring of the ring has been replaced by a ring dotted with small diamonds.

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The engagement ring of Meghan Markle has been changed: left in November 2017 at the announcement of her engagement with Harry. The jewel is adorned with a simple gold ring. On the right during the Trooping the Color parade in June 2019. The ring is this time dotted with diamonds.

Hard to know when the young mother made this adjustment. During her pregnancy, Meghan Markle did not always wear her engagement ring due to finger swelling. When she introduced Archie to the Windsor Palace with Harry on May 8, she still wore her older ring. At that time, however, the Duke of Sussex had not yet offered her the new ring — given for their wedding anniversary — which she now wears on the ring finger with her engagement ring and wedding ring.

Emy Torres

Emy holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan and currently freelances part-time for The Talking Democrat.