Kate and Meghan are both one of the most influential style icons since they became part of the royal family. And even though they both have a distinct style, both of them still need to adhere to Royal rules.
Prince William’s wife, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge has been topping best-dressed list since her first day as a royal. And the Duchess of Sussex isn’t far behind, inspiring items to sell out as she wears them. Even with all these fashion achievements, both royals have a style rule they must follow.
According to a royal source, Kate and Meghan do not wear diamonds except for special occasions.
They most certainly don’t wear them when on official events, according to some experts.
This is with the exception of their engagements rings, which the two women are never seen without.
Other jewels are worn pre-6pm,” royal expert Myka Meier said.
“Before 6 pm, you’ll see metallics, gemstones, pearls, sapphires.
“At night, you’ll see the diamonds come out, and that’s in order to not come across as flashy in your appearance.”
Last night, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a pair of diamond earrings for an event.
The beautiful diamond and pearl pieces are said to be gifts from her Majesty herself, Queen Elizabeth, 92.
Meghan Markle’s jewelry collection is quite impressive, being worth thousands of pounds and being made up of royal gifts and private pieces that she bought in the past.
For her tour of Edinburgh in February alongside Harry, Meghan wore a diamond snowflake ring, £2,858 and yellow gold splash ring, £855, from Birks.
Last night Meghan Markle’s outfit for a children’s charity event cost £3,232.37.
She chooses a black designer suit by Altuzarra.
In her most recent public appearance, Kate paid homage to the Queen.
This weekend the mother of Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and Prince Louis, born in April, wore a piece of jewelry which is very special to the Queen.
This particular piece had been in the Queen’s possession for 71 years. We are of course talking about the Bahrain Pearl Drop Earrings, which were specifically made for the Queen.