Meghan wore a Princess Diana bracelet for her interview with Oprah Winfrey
In view of the fact that they are expected to barely express their emotions in public, the ‘royals’ have learned to send messages through the clothes they wear in their public appearances, either to support certain humanitarian causes, to promote emerging designers, or to pay tribute to certain people and causes and although the Duchess of Sussex is no longer an active member of the monarchy, you can tell she has that lesson well learned.
For her highly commented interview with Oprah Winfrey, the former actress wore a bracelet that belonged to the late Diana of Wales, which reinforced the parallels that have been established between her mother-in-law and her due to the unfair treatment that both would have received in the womb. of the British royal family. In addition, she chose a black Giorgio Armani dress adorned with white lotus flowers, which represent rebirth, new beginnings – such as the one she has found in California with her husband Prince Henry and their son – and spiritual progress.
However, his sister-in-law Kate Middleton has not been left behind either. This week the wife of Prince William has had a video call conversation with Jasmine Harrison, the youngest woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean by rowing, and the British press – which usually analyzes her looks to the smallest detail – has not missed overlooked that she wore earrings that could include a discreet taunt to her sister-in-law.
The jewels are from the Missoma brand and include two pink rhodochrosite stones, to which healing properties are attributed. In the sales description, it is assumed that it is a crystal that radiates love, compassion, and good vibes, just what Meghan says she did not find in The Firm.
View this post on Instagram
In addition, this Wednesday Kate accompanied her husband to visit a London school in what was his first public appearance since the broadcast of the special dedicated to the Dukes of Sussex and where there was no shortage of questions about it, especially about Meghan’s statements about the racism that would reign in the monarchy. Interestingly, the Duchess of Cambridge has chosen for the occasion a bright pink and very cheerful coat from Max & Co with a matching Boden sweater, with which it was possible that it would go minimally unnoticed.