Meghan Markle's Pendant during National Theater Visit Holds a Hidden Message of Love
Duchess of Sussex and former actress Meghan Markle dons a stunning pendant at a visit to the National Theatre Gallery, an organization she supports as a patron. The necklace is not only stunning, but it also holds sentimental meaning for her husband and her son.
Dressed in a gorgeous monochromatic white ensemble and her elegant pendant, the duchess turned heads at the event. The designer of the Jewelry, Sophie Lis, shared beautiful pictures of Meghan caught in a bright smile and a close-up of the necklace. In her caption, Lis wrote:
"Honored to see the stunning Duchess of Sussex wearing our Love Pendant. 'Every day I love you more, more than yesterday less than tomorrow.'"
Inscribed on the pendant reads a charming message — Above a diamond plus sign is written "Qu'heir," followed by a ruby minus sign, beneath which is written "Que Demain."
This is an excerpt from a lovely french poem titled "The Eternal Song," by Rosemond Gerard, a 20th-century French poet. The poem reads:
"Car, vois-tu, chaque jour je t' aime davantage, - Aujourd' hui plus qu'hier et bien moins que demain."
The sweet message on the dainty Jewelry is an ode from the poet, which translates to: "Every day I love you more, more than yesterday, less than tomorrow."
Harry and Meghan's preparation to step down from the forefront of royal activities has begun and continues in earnest.
While it is unknown if the pendant was a gift from Meghan's husband, Prince Harry, as a token of his love or a tribute to their son, the simple yet elegant piece caught many eyes, and once again, Meghan wowed everyone with her ever on-point style.
It's not the first time the Princess will decide to add a sentimental touch to an outfit. When Meghan made an appearance at the US Open final to watch Serena Williams compete, her unique dog-tag necklace that featured a tribute to her son, Archie, and her husband, Prince Harry, was noticed.
Another occasion where the Princess wore her heart on jer neckpiece was when Prince Harry and Meghan were briefly separated to attend different royal engagements in Canada and England. Her necklace was embossed with the word "Virgo," which is her husband's star sign.
Harry and Meghan's preparation to step down from the forefront of royal activities has begun and continues in earnest. The royal couple will make the final official appearance of their UK visit at the Annual Commonwealth Day service in Westminster Abbey.