During the last days, a photo of Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, surprised the followers of the couple because it contains a relic that belonged to Lady Di.
The astonishment was produced by the accessory that the Duchess of Sussex was wearing: the Cartier watch that belonged to her mother-in-law, the Princess Lady Di.
In the black and white photo that went viral, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they will give a talk on the dangers of social media for Time100 Talks next Tuesday. There they will participate with several famous friends.
In the image, Prince Harry wears a white shirt and a suit can be seen smiling in front of the camera. While the former star of the series Suits he wears an elegant and simple suit, and carries Diana Spencer’s watch on his arm.
Lady Di’s Cartier Tank Française deoro watch is a stylish watch that the late Princess of Wales wore at multiple events. Among them, on a visit in 1997 to the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Hindu temple.
Markle has previously said that she is a fan of the Tank watch. In an interview in 2015, before becoming royalty, he revealed: “I have always coveted the Cartier French Tank watch. When I found out that they had agreed with Suits for the third season, which at the time felt like a huge milestone, I totally splurged. I bought the two-tone version. I had it recorded on the back. It says “To MM from MM” and I plan to give it to my daughter one day. That is what makes the pieces special, the connection you have with them ”.
Next Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will give a talk called “Designing a Better World”, with the aim of “creating trustworthy online communities. As well as that they are safer and more equitable. What that means to support and accelerate progress on critical issues like gender equity, racial justice and climate change. “
The couple will chat with Reddit co-founder and 776 founder Alexis Ohanian, the husband of Markle’s friend Serena Williams. They will also speak with Rappler CEO and Executive Editor Maria Ressa and co-director of the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Research, Safiya Noble.
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