Meghan Markle Was Spotted With A New Gold Ring At Wimbledon Which Resembles Some Of Royals' Signet Rings

July 15, 2019

You even can't imagine how royal fans were overjoyed when Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton teamed up to spend a day together at Wimbledon.

Although the royals were joined by Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton, all eyes were on the Duchess of Sussex & the Duchess of Cambridge amid their rumored feud of nine months.

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The Duchess of details

It's no question Meghan Markle adores jewelry and thus, she constantly chooses the most fabulous rings and earrings which have special and unique meanings behind them.

The new mom was spotted with a new gold ring at Wimbledon — a ring with a simple band and a flat gold circle.

In fact, the design of the jewelry is quite similar to a signet ring, often worn by members of the Royal Family, so it can be a perfect nod to the royals. And Meghan Markle was already seen wearing a ring, only with a different design.

However, there is also another meaning — Pippa Small Jewellery stated that Meghan's ring is called 'Durga Ring.'

Durga is "the goddess who rides the tiger, she is the protectress of the environment and fights injustices and ignorance."

Anywise, the ring could be a mix of all of that, meaning the nod to the royals and extraordinary design Durga.

Engagement ring

When Meghan Markle showed up at the Trooping the Colour in a navy outfit but Givenchy, eagle-eyed fans spotted her redesigned engagement ring.

It is believed Archie's mother added more diamonds to the band. Such a choice sparked some negative remarks and hateful attitudes, though the ring is definitely the same, except for more jewels.

The Duchess of Sussex has been inspiring many of us with her pieces of jewelry as she always flashes something elegant and subtle.