The Duchess of Sussex has updated another piece from her jewellery collection.
Meghan, 37, appeared to be wearing new earrings for The Lion King premiere in London last weekend, but it turns out they are customisable.
The new mum donned her bespoke Lorraine Schwartz diamond studs from Trooping the Colour, with an added black onyx jacket, according to Harper’s Bazaar US.
Harry also collaborated with the American jewellery designer to create a special eternity ring for his wife. It features an emerald, sapphire, and peridot stone—the birthstones of Harry, Meghan, and Archie.
And it’s not the first time we’ve seen the duchess with a redesigned piece of jewellery. Schwartz reportedly reset Meghan’s engagement ring with a diamond-studded band.
The Duchess of Sussex has become renowned for her vast jewellery collection - from dainty bangles and chains to stackable rings.
The royal has also been sporting a lot of turquoise jewels of late. She donned Jennifer Meyer’s rectangular design earrings, featuring the blue stone framed with 18k gold trim, to the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees baseball game.
And when Archie made his debut to the world two days after his birth, Meghan also wore the label’s 18k gold turquoise necklace.
According to crystal company Energy Muse, turquoise is associated with protecting the wearer from harm
The semi-precious gemstone is also believed to have powerful healing qualities, which makes sense as the duchess only gave birth a few months ago.
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