Meghan Markle definitely owns a lot of sacred jewelry, some of which is so delicate, she rarely takes it off. While other members of the royal family are known to opt for immaculate gemstones, it seems Meghan likes to keep things simple. One such example is the pendant set she wore on a visit to Broom Farm Community Centre in Windsor in early November. The pieces are from sustainable jewelry company Suetables, which is based in Canada (in case you forgot, that's where Meghan filmed Suits, and it's a place she calls home). Meghan has sentimental connections to a lot of the brands she wears, and she's consistently supporting eco-friendly labels. Needless to say, we're not surprised at all that Suetables landed in her jewelry box.
Meghan's two exact designs have been identified as the Vanessa Coin Zodiac, retailing at $159 in 10K gold in the Taurus sign for baby Archie, and the Shirley Horoscope pendant retailing at $79 in the Virgo for Prince Harry. She certainly built her outfit around them on this particular occasion, selecting a white blouse that she left loosely tied, so the focus was on her accessories. Meghan finished the look with a Misha Nonoo skirt and Massimo Dutti long wool coat in Toffee. Read ahead to zoom in on her adorable chains, then shop them for yourself, or pick up a similar option.