Meghan looked in perfect condition on Thursday as she stepped out at the Smart Works HQ in London.
She covered her baby bump with a black dress by Hatch (which she first wore on a visit to King’s College in 2018) a camel coat by Oscar de la Renta and jazzy, cow-print shoes by Gianvito Rossi. Meghan wore her raven hair tied back in a bun and we could see her earrings which were very unique.
The gems, known as ‘crawlers’ or ‘climbers’, were by Kimai are very on-trend as they graduate up the ear, with a chain, giving the illusion that one is wearing three earrings in a row.
The Duchess of Sussex is a huge fan of all types of jewelry – in particular, dainty-style gems. As well as loving high street jewelry that is affordable, and while touring Australia, Meghan wore a £58,000 jewelry. One of her favorite brands is Birks.
The Canadian jewelry house designed the Rosée du Matin White Gold Flex Wrap Bracelet the Duchess owns, which sells for £1992.64. She also likes the ‘Bee Chic’ range, and has worn two versions of the Bee Chic Stud Earrings and the Stackable Bee Chic Ring, which set her back £2341.
During the tour, Meghan also teamed her caped Fijian blue gown by Safiyaa with a pair of glittering diamond chandelier earrings, said at the time to have been ‘borrowed’ from a royal family member.
When the royal family gathered for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday gala in November, the large diamonds with three strands of dazzling gems were back in the 37-year-old’s ears as she and Harry arrived at Buckingham Palace and they’re by haute couture jewelry house Butani.