Secret of Meghan Markle’s New Eternity Ring: Prince Harry’s A Year of Marriage Anniversary Gift.
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Secret of Meghan Markle's New Eternity Ring: Prince Harry's A Year of Marriage Anniversary Gift. The Duchess of Sussex was spotted wearing a new, third ring on her wedding finger at Trooping the Colour last month; an eternity ring gifted to her by Prince Harry to celebrate a year of marriage. However, there is much more to the romantic present than just a diamond-encrusted band. The stones that feature on the gold band have more meaning than initially thought, after it was revealed the birthstones of both Harry, Meghan and baby Archie feature on the underside of the ring, out of public view. The ring, which sits next to the Duchess' engagement and wedding rings, has a Sapphire for Harry's September birthday, a peridot for Meghan in August and an emerald to represent Archie's May arrival. The ring was created by top American jewellery designer Lorraine Schwartz, according to society magazine Harper's Bazaar, with Harry working closely with her to ensure the piece had a bespoke feel to it. The band is the latest in an extraordinary collection of jewellery that Meghan has amassed in the past year, which has now been valued at a staggering £600,000. The magazine reported that the Duchess was 'touched' by the fact Harry had created something unique. It had initially been suggested that the new addition to Meghan's finger was a 'push present' from the overjoyed new father husband. The tradition, popular in the US, sees the father gift the mother a ring to mark the birth of their newborn. The Duchess has been on maternity leave caring for her baby, born at a private London hospital on May 6, and Harry has already spoken about how parenthood has changed their lives, saying he cannot imagine life without his son. Meghan had told aides she was eager to get back to work as soon as possible. Baby Archie will be christened at the same Windsor Chapel where both his father and uncle were baptised, and his parents were married in 2018 – next weekend. However, the youngest royal's parents are firmly staying true to their desire to raise Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor as a 'private citizen' by closing off the royal event to the public. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who faced criticism last week for lavish renovations of their home, Frogmore Cottage, at a cost of £2.4million to the taxpayer, look set to make their son's christening an entirely private affair. Kate and William allowed media access to all three of their children's baptisms before conducting the ceremonies in private. The Queen will not attend Archie's christening with Charles and Camilla set to lead the Royal party. Have Meghan and Harry also had Frogmore Cottage soundproofed against the Heathrow roar? Couple may have paid £500K to block out plane noise for baby Archie. Experts have claimed that Harry and Meghan could have spent £500,000 on sound proofing Frogmore cottage. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex live under the Heathrow pathway and apparently wanted to block out the noise from the planes. Living just ten miles away from the runways of one of London's busiest airports they were no doubt hoping to block out the sound of over 1300 daily planes for new baby Archie. However locals have reacted with anger, after finding out how much the soundproofing cost. The news comes after it was revealed last week that renovations at Frogmore cottage came to around £2.4 million of taxpayers money. One local businessman Kye Merkett, 45, who lives in Datchett, four miles from Heathrow, said to the Mirror: 'There's no reason they couldn't pay for it. 'They should put their hand in their own pocket or put up with the noise like the rest of us'. It emerged last week that and Meghan have so far spent a whopping £2.4 million of public funds on their home improvements. The total bill to taxpayers once Frogmore — where the couple moved to this April and are now bringing up baby Archie — is finished is expected to reach up to £3.2 million. This money comes from the Sovereign Grant, valued at £82.2 million this year and comprised of profits from the Queen's property portfolio (the Crown Estate), which are paid to the Government. Twenty-five per cent of these profits are paid to the monarchy to fund the upkeep of its property, travel, security and staff. While the Sovereign Grant isn't taxpayer money, it is considered to be public funds, belonging to the state. The rennovations were said to be spent on new water mains, a nursery for Archie, a designer kitchen and high security. While this morning the Mail on Sunday revealed that the couple spent £5,000 on a freestanding copper bath for their bedroom. Set free-standing in the bedroom – as is the current height of fashion, the bath is produced by luxury firm William Holland, a supplier for the Soho House chain. Depending on exactly which model they chose, it will have cost up to £5,000. The couple have had a busy weekend, with Meghan making her third appearance since having baby Archie. They appeared at a baseball game in London and watched the Red Sox play the New York Yankees, looking loved up as they did. Harry and Meghan risk leaving fans 'jaded' by releasing 'stylised and arty' pictures of Archie. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s son, Archie Harrison, will be christened in private on Saturday in the latest move that is leaving royals fans 'jaded'. The ceremony will be in the Queen’s own chapel at Windsor Castle away from press and public, the Mail can reveal. Royal expert, Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, said she felt that people were becoming a ‘bit jaded’ by ‘stylised’ pictures of the newest royal. ‘I think what people want and what people are used to seeing are lovely family images of the baby in the royal Honiton lace christening gown. 'They won’t want an arty Instagram shot of Archie’s foot three days later if it’s left up to the couple themselves to take pictures and release them,’ she said, referring to a Mother’s Day shot issued by the couple of their son on social media. Sources close to the couple stressed that the christening of Archie, who is seventh in line to the throne, will be a ‘small, very intimate, family occasion’ and would be held in the Queen’s private chapel inside the castle itself – not St George’s Chapel, where the couple were married. Royal aides have said the event will not be open to the public but photographs will be released afterwards to newspapers, websites, magazines and television, with further images being released on the couple’s Instagram page, Sussex Royal. They stressed that given the venue –which is not open to the public and is within the ‘inner sanctum’ of Windsor Castle, it would be impossible to make it a public occasion. But acknowledging the massive global interest, aides said they would ‘happily’ release pictures of the day. In all, there will be just 25 guests, including Archie’s godparents, who haven’t yet been revealed but are said to include a number of Harry and Meghan’s closest friends. ‘The pictures they issue are so stylised. People just want to see Harry, Meghan, the baby and the gown and the godparents, that’s all. It’s traditional. But there’s nothing wrong with a bit of traditional when it comes to a royal baby,' Ingrid Seward added. She continued: ‘I think this is quite Harry-led and it is putting Meghan in a very difficult position. She’s the one getting all the flak as a newcomer to the Royal Family. I assume Harry and Meghan don’t know where they are going wrong and think the criticism is all so very unfair. 'But why wouldn’t they want the world to see their baby? I don’t think it is any skin off their nose’. On social media the reaction was more vituperative. One user said: ‘Private Christening but publicly funded’. Another added: ‘Why are taxpayers paying nearly 3 Million for the Royals Harry and Meghan on there new home but they want private christening, you should be paying not taxpayers, put this to Public Vote’. A third raged: ‘This is all fine. As long as we don’t pay for him. You can’t have it both ways. If you are private citizens don’t expect to be publicly funded’. Many forget, however, that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kept Prince George’s christening at The Chapel Royal In St James’s Palace private. A Press Association photographer was present, however to capture a small number of images outside that were released to the media. A similar arrangement was put in place for Prince Louis’s christening at the same venue, with a small media contingency. Only Princess Charlotte’s christening at Sandringham was public with members of the public invited to watch the royal party, family and godparents walk into the country church. While the Queen won’t be present to see her eighth great-grandchild baptised due to a prior engagement, royals will be led by the baby’s grandfather, Prince Charles, and the Duchess of Cornwall, and include the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family. Last night there was a public backlash after the news earlier this week that £2.4million-worth of taxpayers’ money had been used to refurbish the duke and duchess’s official residence, Frogmore Cottage, in the Queen’s Windsor estate. Insiders have suggested that the bill could come to between £2.8million and £3.2million. So, who will they pick to be godparents? Speculation is mounting over who Harry and Meghan will pick to become Archie’s godparents ahead of a private christening ceremony next weekend. Between six and eight godparents are traditionally chosen for a royal baby and the tussle for who will make the cut is being fought between the Duke of Sussex’s blue-blooded friends and family and the Duchess’s showbiz companions. On Meghan’s side, her oldest friend Jessica Mulroney, a famous stylist to the stars in Canada, is the firm favourite. Mrs Mulroney bonded with Meghan on the set of TV show Suits – in which the royal used to be an actress. Odds for the stylist becoming a godparent is 1/7, Ladbrokes estimates. Meanwhile the second in line to become a godfather to eight-week-old Archie is Charlie Van Straubenzee, an investment executive and Prince Harry’s childhood friend. Harry was Mr Straubenzee’s best man at his wedding to Daisy Jenks in August last year and Ladbrokes has him at 1/5 to become godfather and an official part of the Duke and Duchess’s inner circle. Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: ‘Jessica Mulroney and Charlie Van Straubenzee are seemingly nailed on to be Archie’s godparents but we wouldn’t be surprised to see some famous faces given the honour’. The next most likely candidate to be chosen from Meghan’s friends is Misha Nonoo, who is widely believed to be the matchmaker who introduced her to Harry. Ladbrokes has the designer at 2/1. Other famous faces close to Meghan include George and Amal Clooney with lower odds of 5/1 – and Serena Williams is even lower at 11/2. The royals have tended to steer clear of picking godparents from the family ranks, however. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge seem unlikely to become godparents – with odds at 7/2. And Harry’s cousin Zara Tindall and her husband Mark are at 10/1 – despite Harry being asked to be godfather to Zara’s daughter Mia.