Harry and Meghan have started their first overseas royal tour this week, and all eyes are on them.
Since arriving in Sydney on Monday, dad-to-be Harry was pictured wearing a mysterious accessory.
He has been sporting a black band on his right ring finger, which appears to be made of a dark metal such as titanium, tungsten or black gold.
If the ring was made of tungsten, it would be a poignant tribute to his pregnant wife, who was actually given the nickname “Tungsten” by Prince Charles.
According to reports, Charles chose the nickname for Meghan because, as the metal, she is “strong and unbending.”
“Prince Charles admires Meghan for her strength and the backbone she gives Harry, who needs a tungsten-type figure in his life as he can be a bit of a softy,” a source told the Daily Mail. “It’s become a term of endearment.”
We haven’t seen him wearing it before and everyone is wondering what is the meaning of it.
There are speculations that the ring may be a gift from Meghan to celebrate her pregnancy. Others believe that the band could be a nod to the upcoming 2018 Sydney Invictus Games.
Kensington Palace still hasn’t commented.
When it comes to rings, Prince Harry broke tradition to wear his wedding band, even though his brother, Prince William, and his grandfather, Prince Philip, do not wear their wedding rings.
He also “opting for a modern, platinum design rather than the classic Welsh gold usually favored by his family.”
Meghan and Harry announced they are expecting their first child together a couple of hours before they kicked off their tour of Australia.
They completed two days of their tour. Now the couple is continuing their first Royal Tour to Australia with a visit to Melbourne today on Day 3.