Meghan Markle wears chains with the constellations of Prince Harry and baby Archie during the interview
Meghan Markle’s VERY Meaningful Interview Outfit: Duchess donned her Smart Works shirt in nod to her patronage and Prince Harry and Archie zodiac chains for her first appearance after Megxit TV
- Meghan Markle, 38, gave an interview about her Disney documentary Elephant
- Duchess of Sussex wore a Zodiac charm necklace featuring Prince Harry’s, 38, zodiac sign
- Mother of one also wore a gold pendant with Baby Archie’s sign for an interview
- Royal also donned the Misha Nonoo shirt from her Smart Works collection
The Duchess of Sussex wore a very meaningful outfit when she made her first post-Megxit TV appearance on Good Morning America on Monday.
Meghan Markle, 38, selected the crisp white shirt from her charity collection to protect Smart Works as she gushed about her Disney project Elephant during the interview filmed last summer.
The Duchess, currently living in Los Angeles, was also pictured during the apparition with a personalized £ 60 ($ 79) 10k gold ‘Shirley’ horoscope pendant featuring Harry’s Virgo zodiac sign from the sustainable Suetables brand.
The mother of one, known for her love of highly personalized jewelry, also wore the £ 122 ($ 159) 10k gold ‘Vanessa Coin Zodiac’ necklace with a Taurus charm, a nod to Archie’s birthday in May .
Meghan Markle, 38, sent a message saying that during her interview with Good Morning America she was focused on her patronage as she donned the Smart Works shirt from her charity collection
The Duchess launched the Smart Set collection last September, with every item sold by the retailers paired with one item donated to SmartWorks.
Meghan has visited Smart Works privately several times before she was made a royal patron in January last year and has been committed to supporting women’s empowerment for years.
She released her sold-out Smart Set charity collection for the charity last September, and with every item purchased during the sale of the collection, one was donated to Smart Works.
At the launch of the collection, Meghan’s best friend and designer Misha Nonoo credited the royal with coming up with the idea for the project herself.
The Duchess of Sussex donned the Misha Nonoo shirt from her charity collection, which she launched last September
Despite relinquishing royal duties with Prince Harry last month, Meghan has been allowed to maintain her patronage.
Meanwhile, the royal has also long preferred delicate gold jewelry and is known for selecting highly personalized pieces for royal performances.
She has often worn pendants with the initials of Prince Harry and their son Archie.
She favors many conscious jewelry lines, which she routinely puts in the spotlight during her own moments.
The Duchess was depicted with a personalized £ 60 ($ 79) 10k gold ‘Shirley’ horoscope pendant featuring Harry’s Virgo zodiac sign
The mother-of-one mainly opts for brands with values that match hers.
On Monday, Disney – which owns ABC, the network on which GMA is broadcast – brought the interview along with footage from the documentary in which Meghan can be heard as the narrator.
In the interview, Meghan said she was ‘grateful’ for being involved in the Disney + documentary Elephant, which she hopes will teach people how similar people are to elephants and how ‘connected’ we are.
The Duchess was pictured wearing a £ 122 ($ 159) 10k gold ‘Vanessa Coin Zodiac’ necklace with a Taurus charm, a nod to Archie’s birthday in May
The couple moved from the UK to Canada and are now based in Los Angeles. The proceeds from the Disney documentary will be donated to an elephant charity.
On Sunday, Harry and Meghan told four newspaper executives at four publications that they would no longer “communicate” with them unless it was through a lawyer.
The release of Meghan’s Good Morning America interview comes when the Duke and Duchess e-mail newspaper executives at four publications they would no longer “ address ” them unless it was through a lawyer
Their message was sent from an official email from Sussex Royal, despite the Queen banning them from using the title and saying they intended to use Archewell.
They emailed the editors of these popular publications: the Daily Mail, the Daily Mirror, the Sun and the Daily Express.
It came hours after Prince Harry was outraged by suggesting that the coronavirus crisis that engulfed Britain was “better than we are led to believe through certain corners of the media.”