When it comes to Meghan Markle (or any royal for that matter) no sartorial decision is ever by accident. Whether she wants to shout out the work of her bestie Serena Williams or honour the region she finds herself in – her ensemble sends a subtle message.
That's why the 37-year-old's latest piece of jewellery is garnering significant attention.
During her last public outing for the year – a visit to the Royal Variety nursing home – the Duchess of Sussex wore a simple but stunning gold ring on her left hand.
The $440 piece by Turkish brand Kismet by Milka featured a 'Hamsa Hand' or the 'Hand of God'. The symbol, which looks like a hand with an eyeball in the centre, is regarded as protection against evil and negativity.
"The Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolising the Hand of God," the jeweller notes. "It brings its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune."
Social media quickly jumped on the move.
'[The ring] has an evil eye ring to repel negativity - yes!' one Twitter user said.
'A ring of protection, very sweet!,' another commented.
One also added that it could symbolise 'protection from the evil eye'.
Let's hope it's working for you, Megs.