For her first public engagement with the Queen, Meghan Markle wore pearl and diamond earrings, a gift from the monarch. Amazon has a lookalike of Meghan’s earrings on sale for Â£ 29.99.
When Meghan markle embarked on her very first solo royal engagement with the Queen, the newly married Duchess wore a gorgeous pair of pearl and diamond earrings given to her by the monarch. And while the original earrings are out of reach, we’ve spotted an incredible lookalike on Amazon – and they only cost Â£ 29.99 ($ ââ16.99)!
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THE LOOK: Royal watchers have identified the earrings as a set of luxury Birks jewelry (left); meanwhile, Buckingham Palace confirmed that the jewelry was given to the Duchess by the Queen
It was a truly iconic moment when the Duchess of Sussex appeared alongside her stepmother in a cream-caped Givenchy gown.
Meghan accessorized her wedding dress designer’s look with a pair of pearl and diamond earrings that Buckingham Palace later confirmed as a gift from the Queen.
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THE LOOKALIKE: Faux pearl earrings, Â£ / $ 31.99, Amazon
If you liked the simplicity and elegance of Meghan’s look, worn on this memorable day trip to Cheshire in June 2018, be sure to check out the fabulous zirconia earrings. cubic from Amazon and faux pearls that will make you do a double take!
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As Meghan wore the earrings, Royal Watchers identified them as $ 1,095 Akoya pearl and white gold diamond earrings from Birks, but it was also speculated that they could have come from the queen’s personal jewelry collection.
No matter where they come from, jewelry is gorgeous – and we’re ready to rock the lookalikes!
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