Seems like this debut might have actually been a twofer. Meghan Markle made her first post-baby appearance at the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony on June 8, and it seems like she may have also worn her “push present” from her husband, Prince Harry, publicly for the first time. Allow us to explain with a little evidence.
In addition to her gorgeous navy blue look for the parade, the duchess was also sporting a new pavé-set ring, noticed by some seriously laser-focused fans. Since the band sits directly next to Meghan’s wedding ring, there has been heavy speculation that the recent addition was potentially gifted to the 37-year-old new mama by her hubby after giving birth to their son, Archie, in May.
Fans were naturally extremely excited by the new piece of jewelry and the sweet sentiment it could possibly represent.
“I can’t wait to have better pictures of Meghan’s eternity ring,” one fan excitedly wrote on Twitter. “I think it’s definitely Harry’s push present for his wife!”
“I’m thinking this is her push present,” another chimed in to analyze the new ring in question.
Another fan got deep into scrutinizing the piece of jewelry, noting it could be for both the birth and the couple’s anniversary. “In addition to her engagement and wedding rings, the Duchess was seen wearing an eternity ring,” the follower detailed. “They’re given to celebrate the birth of a first child or a big anniversary. In Meghan’s case, it’s both.”
Meg and Harry got married in May 2018 and announced they were starting a family just five months after their wedding day. The Suits alum and her hubby welcomed their son just days before their first wedding anniversary — so it would make sense for her man to give her an extra special gift around this time of year.
The duchess is one lucky lady, y’all.