Meghan Markle 'banned from wearing royal jewellery' in snub over Kate

Meghan Markle has reportedly been banned from borrowing jewelry from the Royal Collection.

The Queen agreed to the ban, but it was also supported by Prince William, reports The Sun.

The Royal Collection includes hundreds of historical pieces of jewelry, including diamond necklaces, brooches and tiaras, including the Queen Mary Fringe Tiara, which can also be worn as a necklace and was made for Queen Mary in 1919.

It also includes jewels worn by Meghan’s late mother-in-law Princess Diana.

Kate Middleton, on the other hand, was previously pictured wearing jewelry from the collection, including Queen Mary’s The Cambridge Lover’s Knot Tiara, which became one of Diana’s signature tiara.

It’s not the first time Meghan has allegedly missed out on royal jewelry.

Prince Harry made a touching sacrifice to his sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, ahead of her wedding to the Duke of Cambridge.

Kate’s iconic engagement ring belonged to Harry after Princess Diana’s death in 1997, confirmed former royal butler Paul Burrell.

Harry offered his brother the option to use it instead.

Paul said, “Harry said to him,” Wouldn’t it be fitting if she had mom’s ring? “

“Then one day this ring will sit on the throne of England. Harry gave up his precious treasure.

“The only thing he withheld from his mother was given to his brother. That’s selfless, kind, and exactly who Diana was. “

Burrell made the comments in an Amazon Prime documentary, it was reported.


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