Meghan Markle's new diamond eternity ring gifted to her by Prince Harry has a symbolic meaning; Find Out

While entering Meghan took off her gloves to wave out to the crowd and the Duchess of Sussex was spotted wearing a brand new and third ring on her wedding ring finger.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry,HollywoodThe ring which Meghan wore along with her wedding band and engagement ring is an anniversary gift from Prince Harry.
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Meghan Markle took a break from her mommy duties over the weekend and attended Trooping The Colour parade with husband Prince Harry and members of the Royal family at the Buckingham Palace. Known as Trooping the Colour, the parade has marked the official birthday of the reigning British monarch for more than 260 years, and this year it featured more than 1,400 soldiers, nearly 300 horses and 400 musicians. The extravagant event also saw the entire royal family gather on the balcony of the Buckingham Palace to witness the flypast.

For the event, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle entered on a carriage along with Kate Middleton and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. While entering Meghan took off her gloves to wave out to the crowd and the Duchess of Sussex was spotted wearing a brand new and third ring on her wedding ring finger. 

Turns out, the ring which Meghan wore along with her wedding band and engagement ring is an anniversary gift from Prince Harry, confirmed entertainment portal PEOPLE. The eternity ring is traditionally gifted following a milestone event, like the birth of a child or a wedding anniversary, the report said. As seen in pictures, the eternity ring is a sparkling diamond ring and signifies commitment.  

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Today The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen and members of The Royal Family at the annual Trooping the Colour, to celebrate Her Majesty’s official birthday. Trooping the Colour orginated from traditional preparations for battle and has commemorated the birthday of the sovereign for more than 250 years. In the 18th century, guards from the royal palaces regularly assembled to “troop" colours or flags down the rank, so they could be seen and recognised by the soldiers. In 1748, it was announced this parade would also mark the Sovereign’s official birthday. Trooping the Colour is performed by regiments of the British and Commonwealth armies for The Queen’s birthday parade, allowing them to pay a personal tribute to Her Majesty. Today over 1400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians came together on Horse Guards Parade in London in a great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare. The parade concludes with a 41-gun salute fired by The King’s Troop, following which The Queen leads members of The Royal Family back to the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the Royal Air Force flypast display. Photos credit: PA

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Prince William had also given Kate an eternity ring after the birth of their first child Prince George. Meghan and Harry celebrated their first wedding anniversary on May 19 and welcomed their first child Archie Harrison on May 6.    

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