Meghan Markle Flaunted $44,915 Accessories, Gets New Nickname At Invictus Games
Like a character from Sex And The City, Meghan Markle just loves her designer shoes. And she demonstrated that passion for showing off more than $2,000 worth of shoes at the Invictus Games.
However, she also adores pricey accessories, flaunting everything from a designer scarf to diamond earrings.
But the event also earned the Duchess of Sussex a new nickname. And no, it’s not Carrie Bradshaw. Get all the details on the shoes, the Duchess, and the nickname below.
Meghan Markle Flaunts Designer Shoes
Should it be Gucci today? Or Chanel? Meghan Markle faces so many choices. For instance, the Duchess of Sussex apparently couldn’t decide which of her designer shoes to wear at the Invictus Games.
And so she swapped one designer pair for another, pointed out Page Six.
Sole-fully speaking, Meghan wanted to start out on the right foot at the 2023 Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, Germany Wednesday.
And so the Duchess of Sussex, 42, began her appearance in $1,350 Chanel slingbacks. But soon after, Meghan changed into $790 gray canvas Hermès sneakers.
And later, the Duchess of Sussex swapped shoes again, wearing pumps with pointed toes. Of course accessories matter.
And Meghan opted for Anito Ko diamond leaf earrings ($8,200), a Cartier Love bracelet ($7,350), and Princess Diana’s gold Cartier Tank Française watch ($26,000). At one point, she also sported an Hermès Brides de Gala scarf ($1,225).
Duchess Of Sussex Gets New Nickname
However, the games also saw Meghan receiving a new nickname. And the Duchess of Sussex earned it after joining hubby Prince Harry at the Invictus Games. This year marked the sixth of his international adaptive sports competition for wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans, according to People.
The Duchess and Duke of Sussex viewed a wheelchair basketball game between Ukraine and Australia. And they also devoted time to the Nigerian team. In his opening speech, Harry revealed that his wife supported the latter.
“Now, I’m not saying we play favorites in our home,” began the Duke of Sussex. “But since my wife discovered she’s of Nigerian descent, it’s likely to get a little bit more competitive this year.” Harry’s comment refers to Meghan revealing last year that she discovered she is 43% Nigerian as a result of a genealogy test.
And Meghan posed with Harry for a pic with Team Nigeria. The team in turn gave them a plaque from the Chief of Defense. And the Duchess of Sussex received a new nickname, “Amira Ngozi Lolo.”
That nickname features royal implications. For instance, Amira refers to the name of a warrior princess from a legend. And while Ngozi means “blessed,” Lolo means “royal wife.”
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