Meghan Markle dazzles in £12,500 necklace for celebratory gala in Canada

Meghan Markle dazzles in £12,500 necklace for celebratory gala in Canada

WATCH: Harry and Meghan attend launch event of the Invictus Games

GB News
Hannah Ross

By Hannah Ross

Published: 19/02/2024

- 11:45

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a gala dinner with 200 guests to mark the end of their trip to Vancouver

Meghan Markle dazzled in a £12,500 necklace for a final celebratory gala in Canada this weekend alongside Prince Harry.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the gala to conclude their three-day visit to Vancouver and Whistler, to take part in One Year to Go events for the Invictus Games.

Meghan looked the picture of elegance at the dinner in a one-shoulder olive-green dress matched with glittering jewellery.

Meghan’s £1,300 dress was made by the Canadian brand, Greta Constantine and designed by Kirk Pickersgill.

Meghan Markle

Meghan and Harry visited the training camp in Vancouver


She accessorised with a Baby Reverse water drop Tennis necklace designed by Logan Hollowell, a Los Angeles based jewellers and £3,500 Snowflake large round jacket earrings by Birks.

Meghan often wears jewellery from Logan Hollowell and has her own edit on the company website linking pieces she commonly wears.

The duchess also wore her £4,900 signature Cartier Love gold bracelet and a £4,300 diamond hex tennis bracelet by Ariel Gordon.

Meghan has worn her Cartier Love Bracelet many times in the past, which is thought to be a gift from Harry.


Prince Harry, Luisana Lopilato, Michael Bubl\u00e9 and Meghan Markle

Michael Bublé performed a rewritten version of Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' at the gala dinner


Last week the duchess paired the gift with her gold Cartier watch in a portrait to mark the launch of her new podcast deal with Lemonada.

Meghan pulled her hair back into a sleek, low bun and kept her make-up natural with pink lips and blushed cheeks.

During the evening, the duke and duchess were handed specially woven blankets for their family.

According to the couple’s website, the gifts are symbolic for their children who can “wrap themselves up in the blankets when they miss their parents and be reminded of the good work they are doing.”

At the gala dinner, Michael Bublé sung a rewritten version of Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way,’ that contained nods to the Duke of Sussex.

He also sang: “Our healing wishes for your dad” in reference to Harry’s father, King Charles, and his recent cancer diagnosis.

Prince Harry also gave his own remarks about the Invictus Games at the dinner, stating that the games “are not just a competition” but “a way of life.”

He said: “The games provide a platform for us to showcase your abilities, to inspire the world, and honour the sacrifices of those we have lost.”

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