Since the Royal Wedding in May, almost everyone has their eyes on Meghan Markle‘s fashion and style.
Every time the Duchess of Sussex steps out, royal watchers will be analysing what she wears – even on her fingers.
On Wednesday, the 37-year-old was spotted wearing an £85 gold ring from Missoma’s Mantra collection.
So what does this ring mean?
“The 1920s concept that a ring worn on the right hand says ‘me’”
The Jewellery Editor
The 18ct gold ring was curated “around the concept of giving, well wishing, empowering and self-love”.
It also features a white topaz, which is said to “enhance creativity and individuality”.
According to Crystal Benefits, the secret meaning behind Meghan’s ring is that the stone “reduces stress and brings clarity in communication-related problems [and] brings about relaxation and happiness.”
The former US actress also wore that ring on her right-hand ring finger, which is believed to have another special significance.
Wearing a “right-hand ring” celebrates independence, personal victory and femininity.
The Jewellery Editor said: “The 1920s concept that a ring worn on the right hand says ‘me’ while the left hand represents ‘we’ still resonates with women today.”
Previously, details emerged about what Meghan’s engagement ring really says about her relationship with Prince Harry.
Jeremy Hinds, Sales Development Director for F.Hinds, said: “The triple-stone setting is known as The Trilogy.
“The strokes represent the past, the present and the future. It’s an incredibly thoughtful, touching and romantic gesture to choose a ring like this.
“And I think it represents a couple who are very much in love and will be for eternity.”