Meghan Markle has stepped out wearing a pair of earrings made by a New Zealand designer and worth $50,000.
The ruby hearted shaped jewellery was designed by Kiwi Jessica McCormack, and the Duchess of Sussex wore them to the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance.
She paired them with a black brocade midi-dress by Erdem and her favourite black £490 Aquazzura heels.
This isn't the first time the Duchess has worn jewellery by the Kiwi designer.
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During her royal tour last October, Markle wore a Māori tattoo-inspired diamond pendant made by McCormack while delivering a speech about women's suffrage at Government House.
Following the appearance of the 0.90 carat diamond necklace, sales of the piece surged with the white gold version sold out overnight.
The necklace was inspired by ancient Māori art form of ta moko with each spiral motif hand-set with variously sized cut diamonds and a single stone at the centre mounted in gold.
New Zealand designer Karen Walker also experienced an influx of online orders after Meghan was been spotted wearing her earrings, sunglasses and trench coat during the royal tour.
Meghan wore the brand's black Northern Lights sunglasses and a pair of 9ct gold stud earrings on two separate royal engagements during her official visit to Australia with her husband Prince Harry.
In the 19 hours since the spotting of the sunglasses, the Karen Walker website sold more than seven times the number of units it sold the month previously - most orders came from overseas.