Meghan Markle’s outfit and jewelry for the official portrait of “Deja Vu” valued at $ 382K

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Oh, the ex-royal gems.Meghan Markle is dripping with expensive accessories for her new official portrait with Prince Harry.

Her wrist is adorned with a $ 6,500 Cartier “love” bracelet and a $ 23,000 Cartier watch belonging to Harry’s mother, Princess Diana. On her hand, of course, is her $ 350,000 diamond engagement ring.

All are against a $ 2,800 Alexander McQueen suit, the same Meghan wore on her first night as a royal, the Daily Mail reported.

The princely sum for the set: $ 382,300.

For his part, Harry is dressed in a dark suit and a white shirt – no tie.

The new black and white photo, taken by entertainment photographer Matt Sayles, has Meghan, 39, sitting in front of Harry, looking down and laughing, while Harry, 36, has a smile – his head tilted slightly, one hand resting on his chair.

Time Magazine released the photo on Friday to announce a Time100 conference specially hosted by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex next week.

Entitled “Engineering a Better World”, the conference will feature several actors, such as Reddit founder and friend Alexis Ohanian.

The new virtual hosting gig is one of many undertaken by parents of one child. For the past few months, they have been participating in virtual discussions from their new Californian home.

Although fans got a glimpse of their new California mansion through these appearances, a listing of the house on a rental site revealed never-before-seen details.

Their house in Montecito was listed on Giggster, where it could be rented out for a movie set for $ 700 an hour, the Daily Mail also reported. The list has been deleted.

The mansion was billed as an ‘Italian villa’, with vintage-looking wooden doors, walls lined with built-in shelves, and a wine cellar.

The vines climb outside the big house. A pergola covered with shrubs arms the outdoor patio, which opens onto a superb sunny swimming pool.

The Sussexes bought the house for $ 14.7 million. In September, Harry and Meghan announced they would reimburse the $ 2.9 million paid to taxpayers for renovations to their British home, Frogmore Cottage, which they abandoned when they fled England after Megxit.

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