When Meghan Markle married Prince Harry, she not only received the title of “Duchess of Sussex,” but also a $700,000 jewelry collection.
W Magazine reported the figure back in June, and since then, Markle has debuted a number of royal heirlooms. Oh, and the $700,000 doesn’t even include the tiara Queen Elizabeth loaned Markle for the royal wedding. That of itself is believed to be worth $600,000, as it was originally made for Queen Elizabeth’s grandmother, Queen Mary, in 1932.
Here’s every other accessory that has royal ties.
As part of a Royal tradition that dates back to 1923, Queen Elizabeth gifted Markle a Welsh gold ring.
The engagement ring, on the other hand, was custom made with two stones from Princess Diana’s collection and one diamond sourced from Botswana.
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Princess Diana’s Ring
Markle was spotted wearing Princess Diana’s emerald-cut aquamarine ring on the way to her and Prince Harry’s wedding reception.
Earrings From Queen Elizabeth
On her first solo engagement with the Queen, Markle donned a pair of pearl studs that Buckingham Palace later confirmed were given to her by the queen.