The Duchess of Sussex’s favourite bracelet may have a secret meaning

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The Duchess of Sussex has been wearing the same piece of jewellery for months, and it might have a special meaning.


It seems the Duchess especially loves gold, and she added a simple chain bracelet to her collection, which was first spotted at the US Open. On closer inspection, it’s an evil eye pendant.

Considering The Duchess of Sussex is suing the Mail on Sunday over printing a private letter, and the Duke of Sussex defended her against media scrutiny, some royal fans think that her bracelet could have a secret meaning.

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Historically, the evil eye pendant is a very powerful talisman with people using it for centuries. It’s meant to protect people from negative energy as well as bringing luck and physical protection to the wearer.

It’s popular to wear as jewellery, such as a necklace or a bracelet, in order to keep the talisman close to you at all times.

The Duchess of Sussex wears an evil eye bracelet, so could she be trying to ward of negative energies by wearing the pieces?

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Credit: Alemdara

Alemdara Didem Bracelet, £275

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Their website describes the bracelet as being ‘crafted from 18ct yellow gold and features a navy enamel eye on a delicate yellow gold chain.’

According to the website, it ‘features a delicate diamond pave mini hand of Hamsa on an 18ct yellow gold chain.’

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In terms of Alemdara as a jewellery brand, it seems they have a big love of using traditional symbols in their designs.

The website reads, ‘Many symbols have been traditionally used for protection and safe-keeping for centuries around the world. Alemdara is a fine jewellery collection that centres itself around these symbols of luck and protection.’

So whether or not Meghan believes in the powers of the evil eye or not, there’s no denying she’s become very fond of both pieces!