The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle was a fairty tale event last month.The sky was perfectly blue, the temperature was a sublime 72 degrees, and dressed-up royals and celebrities were everywhere.
It was a feast for the eyes, but most eyes were on the soon-to-be Duchess of Sussex and what her wedding dress would look like.
It would turn out that her dress would be a simple but stunning gown by acclaimed British designer Clare Waight Keller from the French fashion house Givenchy.
It appears the Meghan's overall style tends toward simplicity, and her simple but elegant wedding band followed suit...
Who can forget the gorgeous engagement ring Prince Harry gave to Meghan? The unforgettable yellow gold engagement ring had three gorgeous diamonds made with a central stone and two others from the collection of the prince’s beloved mother, Princess Diana. While this ring has an overall simple and clean design, the size and number of diamonds in this ring make quite a bold statement!
Meghan's wedding band, on the other hand, is understated and daintily elegant. It is made from Welsh gold and is the perfect match for her engagement ring! Apparently, this is a royal tradition that dates back to the wedding of George VI and Elizabeth Bowes Lyon (the Queen mother, the Prince’s great-grandmother) in 1923.
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Kensington Palace confirmed that Meghan's ring was made and designed from a piece of Welsh gold that was a gift from the Queen, much like the wedding band Kate Middleton wears.
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