Meghan Markle's sparkling pinky ring fuzes style with meaning - here's how

Meghan Markle's pinky ring may be super stylish and elegant but, like much of what she wears, has a poignant message behind it too

Meghan Markle's pinky ring: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attends day two of the Invictus Games 2020 at Zuiderpark on April 17, 2022 in The Hague, Netherlands.
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Meghan Markle's pinky ring is hitting all the right spots, as the chic piece combines elegance with a powerful message that reflects her beliefs.


Although Meghan Markle's engagement ring is probably the most noticeable piece she wears, there's no denying Meghan Markle's pinky ring is a stand-out piece. Luckily, unlike the cost of Meghan Markle's wedding jewelry, this piece won't cost you royally.

Her latest accessory, which was first spotted at the Invictus Games in April 2022, has also adorned the Duchess' pinky at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Meghan Markle's white dress was complemented by the ring, as well as her stunning snowflake earrings.

Meghan Markle's pinky ring

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The brand behind the stunning jewel, which is called 1972 tennis pinky ring (opens in new tab), Shiffon Co. (opens in new tab) is dedicated to producing beautiful products in a sustainable manner and uplifting women. In light of this, they set up a non-profit organization, The Startup Girl Foundation - that receives half of Shiffon's profits to fund female founders. In other words, they support entrepreneurial skills in women, in order to economically empower them. Their mission? To close that gender gap, particularly in entrepreneurship.

Meghan Markle's pinky ring

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1972 Tennis Ring $2,800(£2,350) (opens in new tab) | Shiffon Co.

Shiffon’s 1972 Tennis Pinky Ring is 18ct gold and pays homage to the iconic Tennis Bracelet. It has diamonds all around the band and 19.72% of profits going to their Women in Sports Investment fund. 

The company, founded by New York City-based Shilpa Yarlagadda, ethically sources its diamonds as well as following conflict-free and socially responsible practices in its manufacture.

Speaking to PEOPLE (opens in new tab), she explained her company's message and said of Meghan Markle's pinky ring choice, "Everything she does is with intention, thought and meaning behind the impact that she could have." Adding, "I know that when she's wearing a piece of jewelry, there's a lot of intention behind it."

Aoife Hanna
Aoife Hanna

Aoife is Junior News Editor at woman&home.

She's an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.

Formerly Aoife was a contributing writer at Bustle and her words can be found in the Metro, Huffpost, Delicious, Imperica, EVOKE and her poetry features in the Queer Life, Queer Love anthology.

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