Meghan Markle re-wears wedding ‘£12k white gold diamond earrings’ at New York appearance

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Meghan Markle has proven herself to be the queen of recycled fashion looks after eagle-eyed fans noticed she wore her favourite accessories yet again.

On Thursday, 23 September, the Duchess of Sussex and her husband, Prince Harry, visited the 9/11 memorial and were joined by New York Governor Kathy Hochul and the Mayor of NYC Bill de Blasio.

During the day, Meghan, 40, looked incredible in an all-black outfit of trousers and a polo neck jumper under a black coat with her hair swept back into a bun with a middle parting.

However, royal fans were quick to note that the small sparkling Cartier studs she had on were the same ones she wore while walking down the aisle during her star-studded wedding in May 2018.

The dazzling and timeless white gold and diamond earrings are said to be worth an eye-watering £12,050 ($16,500).

As well as her wedding, Meghan has worn the statement accessory on several other occasions, including a month before her wedding at the Invictus Games reception in London.

She also wore them for her son Archie's christening in July 2019.

Meanwhile, Meghan and Harry continued their Big Apple visit with an appearance at the 24-hour Global Citizen Live event on Saturday.

The lovebirds appeared at the event, held at Central Park's Grand Lawn, with guests urging for global vaccine equality as they gear up to ask all first world countries to donate one billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines.

Prince Harry, 37, told the crowd of conversations with vaccine experts: "They said many countries are ready to produce vaccines at home yet they aren't allowed to because ultra-wealthy pharmaceutical companies are not sharing the recipes to make them.

"We're battling more than the virus alone, this is a battle of misinformation, bureaucracy, lack of transparency and lack of access and, above all, this is a human rights crisis."

Meghan supported her husband's sentiment and told the crowd that "every single person has a fundamental right to get the vaccine" and "it's just not OK" that it isn't happening.

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