Meghan Markle wears a blingy new ring – a diamond-bound bauble and a probable gift from husband Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Sussex showed the striking addition when she appeared in public for the first time since the birth of her son Archie.
Some speculate that the ring was a "push gift" for her husband, part of an American tradition in which a father makes a gift to his spouse after the baby is born.
Others believe the bling is meant to symbolize the couple's love for one another.
Photos of the former "Suits" actress from the Trooping the Color show three ribbons on her finger – an engagement ring, her wedding ring, and a reissue at the bottom of the pile.
Markle gave birth to son Archie on May 6th. Apart from a brief screening of the baby for the press, she spent the last month privately on maternity leave. Since she intended to take three months maternity leave from her royal duties, her appearance on Saturday is surprising.
Each year, the Royal Family participates in Trooping the Color to celebrate the Queen's birthday. The royal matriarch turned 93 on the 21
Although the youngest son of Kate and Prince William, Prince Louis, 1, made his debut on the royal balcony at the celebrations, Baby Archie remained hidden at home. Sources say that Prince Harry and Meghan intend to keep their son out of the public eye as much as possible, and will perform only at "grand family gatherings."