Secret meaning behind Meghan Markle’s new gold ring containing an eye with a blue sapphire

Oyin Balogun
Dec 22, 2018
04:55 A.M.
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Meghan has a new ring, and it is not her jaw-dropping three stone engagement ring. The Duchess of Sussex was spotted with a new accessory on her finger, and it is a lot more than just a gold band.


The ring, made by the Turkish brand, Kismet by Milka- $300, sat pretty on Meghan’s finger as she paid a solo visit on Tuesday to Brinsworth House; a residential nursing and caring home run by the Royal Varietyl Charity.

The gold ring has the outline of a hand, with an eye inside, the eye is a blue sapphire.

It is no ordinary jewelry; the ring has it's significance.


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According to Jewish and Islamic culture, it is -A Hamsa; a symbol that brings the wearer happiness, good fortune and good health.The ring also puts off negativity and wards off evil, the symbol of the ring is based on an ancient belief relating to a curse placed on anyone who may wish them evil.


The Duchess’ new ring is yellow gold, which is her favourite as revealed by Prince Harry during the couple's engagement interview.It is quite apparent; as her engagement ring has a yellow gold band and also shares the same blue sapphire stone with late Princess Diana's ring before it was given to Kate Middleton by Prince William for their engagement. This is the first time Meghan is seen with the new ring, Just few days ago, she and Harry were spotted at the Buckingham palace for the Queen's Christmas lunch. - No ring.


atIt is a common Royal custom for jewellery to be passed down, it is seen as a way of honoring the deceased.And Meghan has paid tribute to Princess Diana with her jewelry, she wore Diana's aquamarine ring to her wedding reception in the evening and also wore the same ring during their Royal tour stop in Tonga this fall.


The two Princes; William and Harry both gave their wives a special ring from their mother's jewelry collection.William opted for the sapphire engagement ring in 2010 to propose to Kate Middleton and keep the memory of their mom alive.

Harry did the same and went for the aquamarine; the ring was a gift to Diana to wear in place of her engagement ring after her divorce from Prince Charles in 1996


It's obvious that the Royal family love their jewelry and their women, have, over the years, flaunted their unique pieces.

Meghan's new ring could be a sentimental act because of her pregnancy, hoping to deliver the baby safely and get good fortune from the ring.