Meghan Markle Embraces the Pendant Necklace Trend in New Picture

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Meghan Markle Embraces the Pendant Necklace Trend in New Picture


Meghan Markle is out and about this month in California.

Yesterday, her hair colorist and friend Kadi Lee, of Highbrow Hippie, posted a selfie to her Instagram story, showing her, Meghan, and poet Cleo Wade out to lunch. “Belated bday celebrations w/ these lovely muses,” Lee wrote. She added that they were missing Serge Normant, a hairstylist. The birthday lunch could’ve been to celebrate Meghan, who turned 42 on August 4, or Kadi, who celebrated her birthday on July 28. (They’re both Leos!)

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In the photo, Meghan wears a solid black tank top as she wraps her arms around her pals. She accessorized with a pendant necklace designed by Ariel Gordon Jewelry.

Imperial Disc Pendant Necklace

Imperial Disc Pendant Necklace

Imperial Disc Pendant Necklace

The brand confirmed Meghan was wearing their necklace on Instagram, writing, “And just like that… Meghan wore her AGJ Imperial Disc Necklace out to lunch with her girlfriends.” The description of the necklace on their site reads, “Our Imperial Disc Pendant is a chic take on our best-selling Medallion Signet Necklace that Ariel designed when she wanted a necklace that could accommodate both of her kid’s names. Evoking a castaway 70s vibe, it’s chic as can be with its long twisted rope chain, sans serif engraving, sandblast finish, and high polish textured border. You can engrave around the perimeter of the disc, on the top / bottom, or leave it blank. Available with tiny diamond detail for a little extra sparkle.”

While the selfie isn’t high enough quality to see what the text is on Meghan’s necklace, perhaps Meghan took the jeweler’s advice, and got her children’s names, Archie and Lili, engraved on her pendant.

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