Ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle designed a bespoke bracelet for Kate Middleton and her closest friends as a wedding favour.
The 36-year-old teamed up with California-based jeweller Lisette Polny, founder of Zofia Day, to make the Solid Gold Disc Bracelet – which she gifted to her new sister-in-law on Saturday.
The former Suits star gifted the bracelets to Kate, who is married to Harry’s brother Prince William, as well as her friends Jessica Mulroney, Zoe Warren and Benita Litt – who’s children walked down the aisle with Meghan as bridesmaids and pageboys on her big day.
The bracelet, which retails at $450, is called The Kensington, and is now available to purchase on their website.
Speaking to People.com, Lisette Polny said, “It’s an overwhelming honour to be part of history and for my pieces to be given as a keepsake for this momentous occasion.”
The jewellery brand also accessorised several of the bridal party’s wedding outfits.
The £6,864 Rumi Cuff and £4,102 Eloise Pearl Bangle were seen on Benita Litt on the day, and the brand also designed two necklaces for flower girls Remy and Rylan Litt, who are Meghan’s goddaughters.
One was a gold heart pendant called the ‘Windsor Heart’, and the second was a diamond-encrusted bow named the ‘Charlotte Bow Necklace’ – and both are now available to purchase.
As well as that, Meghan’s six little bridesmaids were told to keep their white leather Aquazurra shoes, which were each monogrammed with their initials and the wedding date.
Meghan married Prince Harry at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, and the momentous event was watched by million of people all over the world.