Princess Diana Lives On As Meghan Markle Honours Her Late Mother-In-Law By Proudly Wearing Her Aquamarine Ring
The memory of one's late mother is something we strive to keep alive. Since Diana’s death, in1997, her second son, Prince Harry has followed in his older brother's, Prince William, footsteps and made conscious efforts to keep his mother's memory alive.
Prince Harry's wife, Meghan Markle, has provided the necessary support her husband needs. The sight of Meghan Markle sporting a piece of jewelry from her late mother-in-law’s collection has started to be a normal occurance. She has done it again, though, this time it was not as much of a surprise as before.
The royal couple arrived at Fua'amoti airport on Thursday going directly to the Consular House in Nuku'alofa for a private meeting with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau’u.
They both dressed in formal outfits for the occasion. Meghan wore a beautiful white cap-sleeve beaded column gown by Theia, paired with Aquazzuara heels, a Givenchy clutch, and Birk earrings.
Her husband, Prince Harry, wore a black bow-tie tuxedo. Meghan’s outfit, much like her wedding dress, was simple yet gorgeous.
It was not her dazzling outfit that caught our eye this time, but a most sentimental gesture she made by wearing Princess Diana's aquamarine ring.
The ring is believed to be a gift from her husband. Prince William and Prince Harry have inherited part of their late mother's jewelry collection. The two brothers have given their wives individual rings in hopes to keep their mother's memory alive.
While Prince William gave Kate Middleton Diana's engagement ring, Prince Harry gave Meghan an aquamarine ring, which was part of Diana's settlement after her divorce from Prince Charles in 1996.
Meghan Markle proudly wore the ring in Tonga, showing it off every chance she could get. We recall that this is the second time Meghan wears this particular aquamarine beauty, as she wore it on her wedding day!
We are sure Meghan will hold this ring close to her heart and always cherish it in respect and honour of her late mother-in-law.