Long before the stunning Suits star had ever met Prince Harry, she’d fallen in love with an Australian. Jewellery brand, that is.

Back in April last year almost a month before she met the popular prince at his Invictus Games Megan Markle posted this message to her Instagram making it very clear how attached she was to the elegant necklace and rings she was wearing, captioning them “When you get the package of jewelry that makes your heart go pitter pat”, adding that the brand was her “very favorite”.

What few picked up on at the time was that Natalie Marie is a young Sydney-based fine jewellery designer who graduated from Sydney College of the Arts in 2010 and founded her eponymous label two years later.

Less known still is that rather than the brand seeding free product to the actress to garner publicity, the love-fest actually happened the other way around. “Meghan followed Natalie on Instagram for a while and she reached out via message to say she loved the pieces and that she would love some to wear on Suits for her character Rachel,” a source at the brand told GRAZIA.

Natalie then sent her some pieces and she posted them on her Instagram several times as a lovely thank you.”

 

Each of the pieces snapped on the star is still in production, so if you fancy wearing the same pretty pieces as the woman who’s reportedly taken the world’s most eligible bachelor off the market, scroll downward right now.

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Natalie Marie Jewellery, Rose Morganite and Diamond Ring in Rose Gold (also Silver and Gold), $1525. SHOP NOW

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Natalie Marie Jewellery, Faceted Fine Band, $60 each (also Silver and Rose Gold). SHOP NOW

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Natalie Marie Jewellery, Dotted Oval Necklace in Rose Gold (also in Silver and Gold), $200. SHOP NOW

 

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