Prince Harry’s Bae Meghan Markle Sports a Gold Chain With His Initials

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Prince Harry’s Bae Meghan Markle Sports a Gold Chain With His Initials

And we can tell you exactly how much it costs.

Published December 7, 2016

What’s new in Meghan Markle’s and Prince Harry’s royal romance? The Suits actress was spotted out and about in Toronto this weekend wearing a gold chain adorned with a tiny “M” and “H.” While they've been silent about their budding relationship, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that these are her and her boyfriend’s initials.

Coincidentally, the prince made a 1,700-mile detour to see her on his way back to Britain from a tour of the Caribbean around the same time she was caught rocking the jewelry, so coupledom seems to be going well for them.

Get your own personalized chain just like Meghan’s from Los Angeles-based designer Maya Brenner, whose pieces are pretty popular among celebrities. The 14-karat gold asymmetrical letter and number necklace costs $240 with one letter, but the company charges an extra $60 for additional letters. That’s a pretty sweet deal to own a piece of jewelry fit for a potential princess!

Will you be adding Meghan’s symbol of love to the top of your Christmas list?

EXCLUSIVE: **PREMIUM EXCLUSIVE RATES APPLY**NO SUBSCRIPTIONS** Prince Harry's girlfriend and Suits actress, Meghan Markle is seen shopping for flowers in Toronto. Meghan, who was happy to be photographed leaving an up-market flower shop, greeted the photographers as they photographed her. The Prince is currently on his last day of a grueling tour in the Caribbean. It has been reported that Meghan is to meet Prince Harry for a vacation before Christmas. Taken December 3rd 2016
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Written by Jazmine A. Ortiz

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