On the 14th of January, Meghan Markle made two surprise visits to charities in Vancouver. She visited the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre in Vancouver, and later on, she visited the Justice For Girls charity in the same city. Both organizations posted photos of the visits with Meghan posing with staff. In the photo, Meghan is rocking the casual look, with a cream cable-knit sweater, dark skinny pants and Le Chameau tall boots. But the necklace she was wearing has grabbed the attention of eagle-eyed fans.
The necklace is a Suetables Vanessa Coin Zodiac Charm, with it being a touching tribute to her family. Although it is hard to make out which zodiac necklace the Duchess is wearing, it is most likely either Harry’s sign (Virgo) or Archie’s sign (Taurus). Even though only one necklace is visible, it is highly possible that she is wearing both necklaces, with one of them underneath her sweater.
The first time the Duchess was seen sporting both her Suetables Vanessa Coin Zodiac Charm ($159) to represent little Archie and the Shirley Horoscope Charm ($79) in tribute to Harry, was back in November when she went on a surprise visit at the Broom Farm Community Centre in Windsor to visit military families.
The jewellery brand is based in Toronto, where all the jewellery is made locally. The brand says they “design, create and hand stamp meaningful high-quality jewellery.”
This is a sweet way for Meghan to keep her loved ones close. Prince Archie has also been confirmed to have been with his mother at the events. At the moment Meghan and her eight-month-old are staying at the same North Saanich, B.C. home where they stayed during their six-week break from royal duties as a family of three.
Harry is still in the U.K., as he has lots of things to sort out. For example, on Jan. 16, he had his first royal engagement since talks with the Queen about his and Meghan’s futures and their decision to step down from their senior royal roles. He was on hand to do the 2021 Rugby World Cup draw at Buckingham Palace and announced a special mental fitness component to the tournament, which takes place from Oct. 23-Nov. 27, 2021 in the United Kingdom.