Meghan Markle appears in a new photo with Harry and makes people argue wearing a 326 thousand look and Lady Diana's watch
Meghan Markle, long hair and top
Meghan Markle makes arguments with the 326 thousand look and Diana's watch. The Sussexes have appeared in a new official photo released by Time on the occasion of the special episode of Time 100 Talks, a series of conversations to be held on October 20 from Harry and Meghan's home. The black and white shot, made by Matt Sayles, portrays the smiling and happy couple. The look of the former Suits star attracts attention above all.
In the image Meghan wears an Alexander McQueen trouser suit, paired with a Grain de poudre blazer and cigarette trousers. To increase the value of the look, Lady Diana's most beloved jewels, for a total of 326 thousand euros. For the occasion, Harry's wife chose to show off the engagement ring received in 2017, designed by the prince and made by jewelers Cleave and Company using a diamond from Botswana with the addition of two stones from the mother's collection. . On the wrist, Markle instead decided to wear two Cartier pieces in gold, but above all the Tank watch beloved by Lady D.
The watch has a very important meaning for Harry and for all those who loved Diana Spencer. After his death, as told by Paul Burrell, the former Royal Family butler, Harry and William had to share their mother's jewels. Harry chose the ring, while William the watch. Some time later in the documentary The Diana Story, the second son of the princess explained: "As a kid, when I held my mother's hand, that ring always hurt because it was so big". So when the older brother chose to ask for Kate Middleton's hand, Harry decided to make an exchange, taking the watch and giving the ring to William. Diana's precious later ended up in the hands of the former actress.
The photo, as expected, sparked heated controversy, many did not like Meghan's choice to wear such an expensive look also in view of the themes that will be covered in the Time 100 Talks special: "Designing a better world", " Building trustworthy, safer and fairer online communities ”and“ What it means to support and accelerate progress on critical issues such as gender equity, racial justice and climate change ”.