Meghan Markle paid tribute to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana with a stunning ring that once belonged to her.
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, wore the $90,000 aquamarine ring to The Ripple of Hope gala in New York last night, Tuesday 6 December, which she attended with Prince Harry.
Meghan previously wore the ring in May 2018 at her wedding reception. She also wore it during a tour in Tonga in October of the same year.
Princess Diana commissioned the ring in the 90s from Asprey and wore it in Australia in 1996, as well as at an Aid Crisis Trust reception at Christies in 1997.
Meghan looked stunning as she sported a Louis Vuitton gown that was custom-made with a thigh split and an off-the-shoulder neckline.
Her hair was styled in a slick low bun with a middle part and she had beautiful dangling earrings hanging from her ears.
Her husband Prince Harry, 38, who joined her at the event, rocked a classic simple suit.
The ceremony, which took place at the New York Hilton Midtown hotel, saw the pair receive an award for their fight against structural racism and mental health issues.
Meghan and Prince Harry recently released the trailer for their explosive Netflix documentary.
The first three episodes of the six-part series will debut on Thursday 8 December and the second part will be released on Thursday 15 December.
In the trailer, Prince Harry can be heard saying: "It's really hard to look back on it now and go, 'What on earth happened?"
He continues: "There's a hierarchy of the family, you know, there's leaking, but there's also planting of stories. It's a dirty game."
"The pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution, this feeding frenzy," He adds. "I was terrified, I didn't want history to repeat itself.
"No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth."
Prince Harry and Meghan permanently stepped down from royal duties in February 2021.
After relocating to the United States, then did an interview with Oprah Winfrey, which detailed their challenging experiences at the palace. Issues of racism and mental health were spoken about.
Buckingham Palace has recently come under fire after Ngozi Fulani, the founder of the domestic abuse charity Sistah Space, was questioned about "where she really came from" by Prince William's godmother Lady Susan Hussey.
Lady Susan, 83, who was the late Queen's lady in waiting, has since apologised and resigned from the household.
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