Meghan Markle wears gold necklace with cryptic message during royal appearances

Meghan Markle has worn another piece of jewellery with what appears to be a cryptic message attached.

In her last public appearances since stepping down as a senior royal the Duchess of Sussex has been expressing herself with her choice of necklaces.

On Friday, Meghan seemed in an optimistic mood as she wore a charm necklace featuring a four-leaf clover and a lucky number seven which is believed by designer Sophie Lis to represent "good fortune".

The stylish Duchess wore the Edge of Ember's Kismet Charm necklace, teamed with a white dress and peach blazer, during her appearance at Robert Clark Upper School in Dagenham.

The £125 piece is described as a "modern-day talisman inspired by vintage coins found in Asia".

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Just the day before on Thursday, fans of the Duchess of Sussex spotted her wearing another necklace – a gold medallion pendant which quotes an ode from French poet Rosemonde Gérard.

It is engraved with "Qu'hier" after a diamond encrusted plus sign, and "Que Demain" followed by a ruby minus sign.

The sentimental French line, which appears to be a nod to husband Prince Harry, reads: "Every day I love you more, more than yesterday less than tomorrow."

On Saturday the couple dazzled, with Meghan wearing stunning £3,000 red look as she and Prince Harry attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Albert Hall in London.

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It comes as Harry and the Queen had a meeting to discuss his future at her Windsor Castle home last weekend, a royal source confirmed.

Next week, Harry and Meghan, 38, will carry out what is expected to be their last official appearance alongside her Majesty.

The couple will halt their royal duties at the end of March as they seek to carve out "a progressive new role" in the family and split their time between London and Canada.

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The couple have spent most of their time in Canada since the announcement which sent shockwaves through the whole of the royal establishment.

It is rumoured the Queen is saddened she has seen so little of baby Archie , her eighth great-grandchild who has remained in Canada.

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