Meghan Markle’s Gold Necklace In The Royal Baby Photos Is Still In Stock
Residents of the U.S. were in for a pleasant surprise on Weds. morning, because the first photos of the brand new royal baby were already circulating on Twitter by early morning. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a quick appearance at St. George’s Hall in Windsor Castle, and the happy couple were exuberant as they cradled Baby Sussex in their arms while posing for a brief photo call. Just two days after welcoming her son, the new mom looked radiant in a simple wrap dress, diamond studs, and nude pumps — and Meghan Markle's dainty gold necklace didn't go unnoticed.
The 37-year-old beamed in relaxed waves and understated makeup, with her subtle gold necklace glimmering in the light just so. Featuring a simple chain and three dangly turquoise gemstones, the classic piece from L.A.-based designer, Jennifer Meyer, is still available online. Markle is clearly a fan of Meyer's work, because she was spotted in an appropriately themed "Mummy" necklace from the same brand back in Feb.
The new mom kept her look simple for her first public appearance since the baby's arrival, but she still managed to serve up spring style inspiration for the brief interview. With glowy peach cheeks, tousled waves, and a nude pink hue across her smile, Markle clearly isn't taking maternity leave from her duties as a style icon.
It-girls are loving classic white tank tops for spring, often topped off with a gold chain or two for an added touch of opulence. While maximalist styles like seashell jewelry and pearls are also having a moment, barely there necklaces are the gift that keeps on giving.
As proven by Markle's look, a simple gold piece brings a certain timeless elegance to any look — whether you're headed to a swanky affair or a casual coffee date. Shop Markle's exact style while you still can, then check out The Zoe Report's roundup of chic, dainty necklaces, ahead.
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Snag the royal-approved, 18-karat yellow gold staple before it sells out.
Prepare to enchant. The opalescent glimmer of this necklace adds an extra other-worldly quality to it.
If you were on the fence about going for pearls this spring, take this understated style as proof that the retro gemstone can be totally subtle.