Although the Royal Wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was the event of the year, reviewed by the world's media, some things went unnoticed.
Markle and Harry's wedding celebration was full of surprises, as the now Dukes of Sussex gave gifts to their guests, and also, the former Hollywood actress gave a luxury detail to her sister-in-law, Duchess Kate.
During an interview with People, Lisette Polny, founder of Zofia Day, revealed that Meghan gave Kate and six of her best friends a solid gold disc bracelet called the ‘Kensington.’ To learn more, follow our official Twitter page, at AmoMama USA.
Polny added that those bracelets were designed specifically for the wedding and that Meghan approved them. At the moment, the bracelets are available on the Zofia Day website in three different colors for $ 450.
In addition to Kate, Meghan's closest friends and confidants, Benita Litt, who sat next to Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, during the ceremony, and Jessica Mulroney received the Kensington bracelets
Litt's two daughters, Rylan and Remi, also received a gift designed by Zofia Day: the Windsor Heart Pendant Necklace and the Charlotte Bow Necklace.
When asked about how it was to create pieces of jewelry for one of the biggest and most important events of the year, Polny admitted that it was an ‘honor’ since her bracelets and necklaces are now part of history.
Polny explained that the pieces had a simple but elegant pattern that was very similar to Markle's signature style.
Finally, she pointed out that she had always wanted to create a line for ladies, so the wedding was the perfect occasion for that.
Talking about Markle's Givenchy dress, Polny confessed that the bride captured the essence of classic beauty and portrayed exactly what a modern princess with timeless elegance should look like.
Polny noted that, apart from the structure of the dress, her 'impressive' tiara was the point of attention of all her bridal attire.
The Royal Wedding took place on May 19 in front of dozens of personalities and celebrities from around the world, who accompanied the couple in front of the altar.
The moment was full of magic, love, and romance, because, although some groups opposed to the marriage due to Markle’s mixed ethnicity, there is no doubt about how much in love she and Harry are.
The now Duke and Duchess of Sussex weren’t shy to show their feelings toward each other sharing knowing looks and subtle actions during the ceremony, as the entire world focused its attention on them.
In the few public appearances the two has made since becoming husband and wife, Harry and Markle have made it clear that they are still in the stage of the honeymoon, with their public displays of affection.
In one of their first events as Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle debuted at Royal Ascot on June 20, and they made headlines because they apparently couldn’t stop holding hands.
Whether the two of them actually went away for a proper honeymoon or not, and if they did, what was its location, remains a mystery, as Harry recently revealed that they didn’t go to Namibia as was rumored.
When young Namibian philanthropist Marvin Elias asked the Duke and Duchess during a recent event if they had visited the country, Harry replied: ‘No, we didn't go to Namibia. I'm not going to say where.’
Since their engagement and wedding have been scrutinized to the slightest detail, it seems that they are trying as hard as they can to keep something about their romance to themselves.