August 16, 2021 – 2:01 p.m. BST
Prince William and Harry’s cousin Lady Amelia Winsor looked amazing on Instagram and wore Missoma jewelry – a brand Meghan Markle wore a lot.
Lady Amelia Windsor widely considered to be one of the most stylish royal ladies. Not only does she show off her fabulous looks on Instagram, she has also been on the cover of countless titles and even walked the catwalk for Dolce & Gabbana.
Over the weekend, the 25-year-old wore a fabulous new outfit that we can’t get enough of. She wore an olive green sleeveless sweater, a frilled linen maxi skirt, and some really fancy jewelry; Cocktail ring and a beautiful large graduated oval necklace from Missoma London – a brand that her cousin Prince Harry’s wife is a huge fan of. Big heads think alike, don’t they?
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WATCH: Lady Amelia Windsor Style File
The 18k gold chain is bold yet dainty and is the kind of style that would be great both in layers and individually. It’s also available in silver, priced at £ 325.
Meghan, 40, is a longtime Missoma fan and was spotted wearing a 45 pound branded ring in 2018. As the mother of two resigned in Scotland wearing a blue and green checked Burberry coat and equipped with a running green Strathberry handbag and Missoma interstellar ring, available today.
Large Graduated Oval Chain Necklace, £ 325, Missoma
Former Tatler employee Amelia is a massive sustainable fashion advocate and last month she wrote HELLO! Readers loads of top tips on how to keep your wardrobe ethical.
Meghan Markle wore a Missoma ring in 2018
She explained, “Love the things that are already inside, wash them properly and responsibly. Use a steamer to freshen things up or even put them in the freezer for quick freshening up. “
Interstellar ring, £ 49 Missoma
She added, “If something doesn’t fit, get it tailored. There’s a great new app called Sojo that has your clothes picked up on a bike and taken to a tailor and then driven back to you after they have been adjusted to fit your glove. “
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