Meghan Markle debuted with a new diamond eternity band on her ring finger at Trooping the Color this Saturday, leading some to believe it may have been a gift from Prince Harry afterwards the birth of their first child, Archie. But in reality, it was a birthday present from the Duke of Sussex, ELLE.com said by a royal source.

Meghan’s new eternity ring alongside her wedding ring and engagement ring.

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The couple celebrated their first wedding anniversary on May 19, just days after their son Archie was born on May 6.

Kate Middleton also has a similar eternity ring, which she received from Prince William after Prince George was born. After the birth of Princess Charlotte, the Duchess of Cambridge received a pair of earrings.

Meghan Trooping the Color’s appearance comes a month after her birth and in the middle of her maternity leave. She will return to work this fall.

At the Royal Family event, the Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to her wedding dress designer, Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy, sporting a navy blue motif of her with a matching hat from Noel Stewart. Her sister-in-law Kate also paid tribute to her own wedding dress designer, wearing a yellow dress with Alexander McQueen. The two got into the same car for the first time this year alongside Prince Harry and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.

It’s possible the Duchess of Sussex will make an appearance at Wimbledon to support her friend Serena Williams later this summer before returning to royal work later this year. Meghan attended the event last year with Kate.

Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan, who shortly before the birth of their son moved into their new home at Frogmore Cottage, a stone’s throw from Windsor Castle where they were married, could not be happier. “This is how you want the man your best friend with to look at her. It’s really lovely,” a friend shared.

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