Duchess Meghan wore Gemini & Taurus constellation necklaces for her kids


I recently saw a tweet from a Leo about how all Leos mind their business about non-Leos and I was like “that’s not true at all.” While my sign, Virgo, is arguably “the gossip sign” (we’re in everybody’s business), Leos are all about popularity and charisma. They’re not tunnel-visioned at all. I’m not sure where I’m going with this other than talking about how the Duchess of Sussex is a Leo and she’s married to a Virgo and they have a Taurus son and a Gemini daughter. This household is going to be utterly bonkers during Archie and Lili’s teenage years. Meghan is quietly preparing for it by wearing jewelry with her children’s constellations around her neck, in the Archewell birthday video.

Meghan Markle’s two children are the real stars in her life. The Duchess of Sussex marked her 40th birthday on Wednesday by sharing a special video message on her and Prince Harry’s Archewell website announcing her new 40×40 mentorship program. And for her first public appearance since giving birth to daughter Lilibet in June, she wore two diamond-studded jewelry pieces with sweet family ties.

Megan layered Logan Hollowell’s Taurus Constellation Necklace ($1,600) — a nod to 2-year-old son Archie’s astrological sign — with the Gemini Constellation Necklace ($1,785), in honor of 2-month-old Lili’s. The LA jeweler uses recycled gold and ethically sourced gemstones in her work, making her delicate pieces an ideal pick for the sustainability-focused Duchess.

Megan’s got plenty of other sentimental gems in her collection, including a diamond eternity band featuring her birthstone alongside Harry’s and Archie’s. She’s also been spotted wearing a tiny gold “A” pendant in her son’s honor, as well as zodiac necklaces adorned with Virgo and Taurus charms for Harry and Archie, respectively. She’s also the proud owner of several of her late mother-in-law Princess Diana’s precious pieces — among them the aquamarine ring she wore for her wedding reception in 2018, a pair of pretty butterfly earrings and the diamond tennis bracelet she chose for her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.

[From Page Six]

The necklaces are pretty delicate-looking, which I think is just Meghan’s style. She doesn’t really seem to prefer chunky jewelry or big stones (other than the aquamarine ring). Anyway, I love that Meghan is into astrology. Of course she is! I wonder if she had her kids’ charts done.

What else? The Daily Mail’s coverage of Meghan’s video is completely unhinged. The Mail has a new story about how Meghan did “a very woke video birthday message” filmed at her “£11million Montecito mansion.” A talent manager told Closer/The DM that Meghan’s 40th “will be the beginning of a huge decade for her – it’ll be the start of building her business empire” and that Meghan is “looking to take Oprah’s crown – which is ironic, considering she’s given them a foothold in America.” It just goes on and on like that. But the best part was the graphic, which I’m including below. Salty White Folk Isle has gone off the deep end about Meghan’s stone fireplace, Hermes throw and dog bed.



Photos courtesy of Archewell video screencaps.

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  1. Becks1 says:

    White flowers you all. And a STONE fireplace. You cannot get anything past those hardhitting investigative journalists at the daily mail.

    (they are so pathetic and desperate lol.)

    I loved her necklaces, I ordered a dupe off etsy so we’ll see how it looks, the 1600 isn’t in my budget right now but maybe for my 40th. I also said yesterday that I got really excited so I ordered my constellation sign (aquarius) and then realized meghan had her children’s signs…..so she’s a little bit of a better mother than me, hahaha.

    • L84Tea says:

      I actually busted out laughing when I saw the stone fireplace label. A stone fireplace…I mean, how DARE she!!

      • Layla says:

        Just wait, KP will shove a video down our throats and they’ll show a huge stack of hold still books just to compete with Meghan. They’re so petty, the way they sneakily but obviously copied the zoom setup, they’ll copy this too

    • SunRae says:

      That is hilarious. I saw other women who ordered for themselves and then cackled when they realised they could’ve done it for the kids. One tweet had the Michael Jordan ‘F Them Kids’ meme after the poster realised LOL. I can’t find anything similar in my country but when I do, I’m getting my own placements instead of my kids because I’m a Leo and not enough people know about it.

    • Seraphina says:

      I have one from Zulily that I ordered a few months back- of my own sign. After my kids hit the teen years, it became all about me. I kid, I kid.

    • Lorelei says:

      @Becks I posted this as a reply to you yesterday, but it was pretty late so idk if you saw it so I’m putting it here again. (I promise I’m not a rep for the company being paid to pimp them out, lol, I just love their pieces so much!) Also, would you mind sharing the link of whichever Etsy seller you used?

      Anyway, as long as we’re talking about personalized jewelry, I hope Meghan wears jewelry from this company one day…it’s run by one woman and she is *all* about female empowerment.

      I’ve always wanted one of her necklaces where she turns your signature into the necklace, and I just looked at the site when I went to get the link — she’s doing birth month flowers now too and I want one! They’re all so pretty.
      Oh, and she can also take artwork by your child and turn it into a necklace (it sounds strange but I think it can be really cute once you see it). It’s under “Personalized” in “Collections,” I think.

      I have an initial necklace from her which I adore, and I’m happy to support a business owned and operated by a woman.

      I hope she gets on Meghan’s radar somehow because their values seem to be very much aligned:


      PS LMFAOOOOO at “looking to take Oprah’s crown”

      • Becks1 says:

        oh that site is REALLY pretty Lorelei. I may ask for something from there for Christmas!

      • Monica says:

        OMG, Lorelei, thank you for posting this link! I try to keep bragging to a minimum, but I must say I do have a gorgeous signature (I practiced when I was in my 20s), that I never get to use anymore because everything is done electronically. I have to get one of those necklaces!

      • TheOriginalMia says:

        Ooh, Lorelei! Thank you for the link. I know a few ladies who will be getting a necklace for Christmas.

    • notasugarhere says:

      Has anybody seen an ID on her sweater/fleece? I’ve checked the usual suspects but no one has named it yet.

    • clarice mcclellan says:

      What etsy store did you use? I love the necklaces and really want one (no kids, so I guess I’ll get my own sign. Which is also my dog’s sign…so it works!)

  2. Inge says:

    I thought that the necklaces were lovely* and that Meghan looked glowing(special mention for Harry the juggler)

    Its a fantastic initiative btw but you can count on the Daily Fail writing 10 articles about whats wrong with it

    *I love Meghans jewelry, also the small earrings she often wears

    • Jane says:

      Oh, they’ve already started: how mentoring is actually bad and dangerous and harmful, how Meghan’s incredibly fake and doesn’t really care about anyone or anything except herself, how Harry has been reduced to being the court jester with his juggling balls.

      • Britt says:

        And the problem is that Harry and Meghan don’t care. That’s the problem they have with them. They’re not towing the line like the other royals. They have no control and there is an air of desperation around these attacks. They want a reaction so badly. The want Harry and Meghan. Not their lawyers or spokesperson. They don’t want William and Kate and the royals. They want access to the golden couple. All I see is desperation and panic.

  3. Britt says:

    The amount of jealously and bitterness from the British press has been laughable. You can really tell that Meghan and Harry not bending to their will and living her life upsets them the most. These people are traumatized. Angela Levin said on Twitter that Meghan outsmarted them all. I’m not even shocked anymore because these people are used to the royals and celebs cowering and these two have not and could care less about them unless a lawsuit is involved. Nothing has worked, the blackmail, the smears and jeers. Nothing. Not to mention Harry and Meghan are successful, beautiful, happy and aren’t going back with their tail between their legs, nor are they giving access to tabloids and reporters. At this point, Harry and Meghan should laugh at their detractors because it’s pathetic.

    • L84Tea says:

      I think they are. I got a very strong “you have NO power of me and I laugh in your face” vibe from that video yesterday. I am so happy and proud of her for getting out and living her life on her own terms. That “peaceful under a tree is me everyday” comment she made speaks huge volumes. The BM have lost.

      • Becks1 says:

        Yup, the “peaceful under a tree” comment stood out to me too and I think was very deliberate on her part. It was very much a “you have no power over me anymore and I am living my best life.” It makes me so happy for her – she went through such a dark time in the UK and now she’s back in her home state and happy and thriving with her family and her foundation and her friends.

      • Britt says:

        They know they’ve lost and having to embiggen Kate and Will is boring and not selling. They see all the celebs and organizations working with the Sussexes as well. They see America is not shunning or turning against them. They see the American press getting those exclusives. If you have to wake up every morning having to write the same garbage on behalf of the Cambridge’s, trying to make fetch happen with Sophie and Edward and Charles and Camilla, I would be mad too. They backed the wrong horse and they know it.

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    • Over it says:

      Absolutely correct britt

  4. OriginalLala says:

    Ok, that DM graphic is just nuts, i can’t believe “journalists” are getting paid to write up this crap. Wow.

    • Agreatreckoning says:

      It is. And it speaks volumes of the DM’s opinion of their target audience if they feel the need to identify objects in a room as if it’s an answer key to Highlights magazine for kids hidden pictures game.

    • TeamMeg says:

      Yes! The Daily Fail graphic so funny. LMFAO. They took the bait hook, line and sinker. Of course each item in the video was selected for a purpose! Who wasn’t interested in looking at all the gorgeous things? It was like an Easter egg hunt.

      As for the substantial table with the two great chairs—one marked with an H (for Harry, I thought)—the massive stone fireplace, the embossed metal grate cover… the whole thing definitely gives off Throne Room vibes, right? Love it. I have no problem with Harry & Meghan living in a palace… they are royalty, after all. Royalty who are using their position to improve the world. I am all for it 100%. Happy Birthday, Duchess Meghan! You are a superstar. ❥

      • L4Frimaire says:

        Architectural Digest has an article on how you can copy the look. You can get a massive table like that from Restoration Hardware. It’s not my usual style but it works in that space, since it’s so light and everything is light and neutral in the room. I don’t know why they’re so obsessed with this room. It’s the Zoom equivalent of the conference/receiving room while they probably have an office elsewhere where they do the real work with piles of mail and files and an ergonomic Aeron chair to sit on.

  5. Amy Bee says:

    The necklaces are very pretty. I just love that Meghan doesn’t care what the British press says about her and she’s doing what she wants to do. The fact that she’s not looking for their approval is what upsets the press and the Palace the most.

    • Britt says:

      At all. They want her too so badly. They’ve been trying to get her attention for years now. You have people literally losing their jobs and sanity all in their quest to “break” Meghan. They really believed their own hype that their were the gatekeepers and that they were important and Meghan showed them they were not. These people are besides themselves.

  6. Over it says:

    Die mad jealous you bitter bitches in the uk media, could of had a bad bitch @40

  7. Snuffles says:

    When Lili was born, a few astrologers did her chart. It was very interesting. They predict she’ll be a superstar. A combination of the best aspects of Meghan and Diana.

    ETA: Here is one


    • Digital Unicorn says:

      I had my chart done years ago – said i was a born actress and when I told my friends and family they all laughed and were like ‘yeah, that is so true you are a born drama queen’. Those things can be quite accurate.

      • taris says:

        mine said i was destined for great things on the world stage (diplomacy, thought leadership, etc).
        i’m still waiting, lol…

      • Mumzy says:

        @Taris…well, maybe it was correct after all! Technically, you *are* on the world stage — Celebitchy is read internationally and you’re speaking and being heard!

      • taris says:

        @mumzy lol

  8. Over it says:

    Seeing Meghan look so happy and glowing, makes me Happy. I can’t think of anyone at this moment that deserves peace and serenity like Meghan and Harry, considering what the British monarchy and British media put them through

  9. Digital Unicorn says:

    It was a great video and Harry juggling in the background is hilarious – they really are living their bestest life in California.

    I dig the necklace, might need to look for a cheaper Virgo knock off option 🙂

    Also does anyone have an id on the desk stacks, I covet them so bad!

    PS. I wanna live in their house, it looks amazing!

    • A says:

      They are from Target!!

    • notasugarhere says:

      Digital Unicorn, there are lots of zodiac costellation necklaces on ETSY.

      For those looking for the tea cup and saucer, I found several sites still had it available yesterday.

    • notasugarhere says:

      Just noticed CB put up a new shopping post with constellation necklace options too.

  10. Chelsea says:

    There are certain things the British press tries to make seem extravagant when they talk about H&M that always confuse me. Don’t get me wrong their house is a huge estate but i remember thinking when one of the bitter ones Ingrid or Penny complained opined about how Harry would be working next to his pool and not at a dinner table: do these people think only rich Americans have pools? I’m from florida and my mom worked in the schools system and we had a pool; it was very common. Similarly A LOT of Americans have fire places and dog pillows. They pick the weirdest stuff to nitpick and have a conniption about.

    And eventually they’re going to have to get over the fact that Harry gave her his mother’s watch. She’s his wife; she’s been wearing it for years. It also wouldn’t surprise if the new necklace was a push gift from Harry; he 100% seems like the type that would do that which I know drives the Karens insane.

    • L84Tea says:

      Some of the ugliest houses I’ve ever seen straight out of the early 80’s had stone fireplaces in them too.

    • Jane says:

      It’s a cultural thing. Virtually nobody in the UK has a pool in their back garden (probably at least in part due to the climate, but also our houses and gardens, if we have them, are tiny) and people rich enough to have a pool have an indoor heated one. So it’s an easy thing to make a fuss of, like the multiple bathrooms (most UK homes have one bathroom that contains the sink, toilet, and shower/bath, some people have an additional toilet or en-suite), to signify ‘super rich out of touch aristo how dare they’ to your average Daily Mail reader.

    • Becks1 says:

      And the pool thing is weird because Buckingham Palace has a pool and Anmer has a pool – so even if it is “just” for rich people* its not like the royal family is exempt. and fireplaces and dog pillows are just…normal, in my experience? Heck our best friends live in Houston and they have a fireplace.

      *in my area a pool used to be more of a status thing and by this point I know so many people with pools, either I’ve moved up in the world LOL or they’ve become more commonplace. I can walk through my neighborhood and walk past half a dozen nice pools.

      • Inge says:

        Oh the Buckingham palace pool. Was it their and then that it was announced that Kate haf gotten her scuba diving diploma and people were a bit perplexed because I think she wasnt working at the time? The accouncement went down like a lead balloon if I’m not mistaken

      • notasugarhere says:

        iirc the Anmer pool was one of the many things that was changed during their extensive revamp of it. New pool built and a cover put over it, along with the 100,000 tennis court with land swiped from the farmer next door.

        Kate got the SCUBA certs while on yet another sunny holiday, not the in the Buck House pool. One of the fellow students outed it on SM which is how the news got out.

      • Moxylady says:

        When we were looking for our first house – think starter starter starter – we did a google image of the street and we were the only house without a pool. Which is what we wanted because we had tiny kids and wanted them to have a space to play. But a pool is very normal in lots of places in America – not the south west, it’s all drought – and so many houses have more than one bathroom. Cultural differences are so interesting

      • Ann says:

        I live in Houston and we have a fireplace. It came in handy during the Freeze. We also have a pool because it’s hot as Hell here for about half the year. It’s a tiny pool because our lot is small, barely bigger than a hot tub, but it’s there!

  11. Lizzie says:

    Iirc the dog pillow said ‘luxury dog cushion’. I also read headlines saying mentoring may do more harm than good. They are scraping the bottom of the barrel but that’s what the rr do best.
    Why didn’t The Prince mock these fools and their endless idiocy?

  12. Sofia says:

    I think these constellations necklaces are pretty cute. I’m not particularly into astrology but reading this post reminded me parents are a Leo and Virgo too. Maybe that’s why I like H&M so much lol. But I’m a Cancer and my sister is an Aries so can’t relate to the Gemini and Taurus aspects.

    • Ainsley7 says:

      I used to be super into astrology, but then I found out that they aren’t using current data to calculate things. For example, everyone uses the traditional dates for what their sign is. The sun and stars have moved on. I always thought I was a Pisces and it turns out that I’m an Aquarius because that’s what sign the sun was actually in when I was born. So, I find it difficult to believe in now.

  13. Jan says:

    The BM should give up on predicting what Meghan and Harry are going to do.
    I just knew Meghan was going to be up to something, coordinating with so many people, the British Vogue guy jumped the gun.
    Melissa was covering all bases, a Yacht party, she was ready with her hat and sunglasses, a tea party her Fascinator and teacup.
    Samantha was on Dan Wooten show being the worst actress, one half of her face is melting.

    • aquarius64 says:

      Weaponizing Meghan’s vindictive paternal family hasn’t worked either. The Markles have no traction in the overall US press. Fox may trot him out for red meat. But let Bad Dad file for visitation; the American media will rip him to shreds. US media will remind everyone of Pap gate, his role in the DM lawsuit and his constant attacks of the Sussexes.

      Samantha must be out of money again because she’s begging for table scraps from Dan Rotten. I guess her “book” didn’t really take of and still shops at Walmart. Trust if Scammy was living like Meghan it would be all over her social media page.

      • Lady Digby says:

        Bad dad must be kicking himself for exchanging Meghan’s love and trust for 30 pieces of silver and ending up with only Sammy for company as they plan their next grift. Feel confident that his next EXCLUSIVE interview will drop on Sunday as for some reason that is his favorite day for lengthy updates. I wonder did he expect to get away with papgate and sell stories about Meghan to press via Sammy without anyone connecting the dots? Yes he loves talking to the press for money but it is still a poor deal to what he could have had if like a normal loving parent he had stayed loyal. Meghan would have continued to love and financially support him and all he had to do is behave like an ordinary father who protect s their daughter. What a sad man to give up a loving daughter for press dollars!

  14. Lizzie says:

    Did Harry give the birthday party info to TOB to see if it would leak?

  15. ABritGuest says:

    The British media are sooo salty. They are cut out so didn’t have any idea this was coming. This is the group that used to get exclusive access or info via leaks & they were loving those days.

    They didn’t get first pics of Lili or updated ones of Archie. And people supporting this initiative from Malala, Stephen Lawrence Foundation in the U.K to Stacey Abrams, Kerry Washington, Hillary Clinton, Steph Curry in the US & various women’s orgs shows that the smears haven’t ruined Meghan’s rep like they hoped. UN women & Beyonce gave her birthday shout outs. I don’t think anyone seriously believes those bullying allegations. And Meghan is glowing and looking happy. So the media are triggered like bitter exes 😂

    • Britt says:

      They’re also pissed because they’re stuck with those boring, bland royals back in England. No amount of ass kissing and interviews is going to make them interesting or sell. They don’t know what to do. Their bottom dollar is what comes first and the others ain’t cutting it.

      • lanne says:

        Meghan and Harry’s biggest “crime” is busting the idea that the royals are the epitome of social class, grace, and aspiration. If you’re a business or an organization that has a public message, would you want to be backed by the Sussexes or by the royals? It used to be that “By Royal Appointment” was a coveted honor for a business–and I suppose it still is for traditional businesses that royals would use: fancy biscuit makers, kilt makers, uniform makers, etc. But will businesses in 2021 and beyond seek this? In the comng years, when people can look at their quid notes, see Charles’s face, and think about used tampons, will people be thinking, “I aspire to the class and grace of the royal family?” Or will the royal epitomes of class, grace, and courage be living outside the UK, drawing focus away from the incandescent folks living in the palaces?

    • Monica says:

      Beyoncé included a photo of Meghan as a little, little girl. I see Archie!

  16. Lili says:

    i’m not a jewellery person so i didnt take much notice of them, i always lose stuff, i once had a boyfriend comment on it. i think he wanted to buy me something , so i had to explain how i lose stuff my jewellry box if full of single eartings LOL. but i did notice the tea cup and ive ordered myself one. I loved the Video, and its great seeing the out pouring from it. HBD Meghan !

    • L84Tea says:

      I fully admit, I immediately ordered one of those teacups…and possibly a teapot to go with it…

      • notasugarhere says:

        When I was looking for the tea cup yesterday, I found the whole line of dishes, serving platters, etc. Trying to avoid looking at those sites again, in case I get too tempted.

      • L84Tea says:

        @nota, the whole line was really beautiful. I have a weakness for pretty china and platters and bowls and such. I would probably have 2 dozen different patterns’ worth of full sets if I could afford it (and had some magical kitchen with enough cabinet space to hold hundreds of plates and bowls). I do have a nice little teapot collection, so I allowed myself the cup and a medium size of the teapot. I managed to find a website with the smaller size pot which was at least a few bucks cheaper.

      • notasugarhere says:

        You showed great restraint IMO. That cream jug is really tempting me. That set on a table with white table cloth, black dishes, white flowers, and that jug in the middle filled with cream or syrup? Stop me now 😉

      • L84Tea says:

        Stop it Nota, you’re going to force me to shop again! 😀

      • notasugarhere says:

        See, it is cute and multi-purpose. It doesn’t just have to be a creamer, it can be used for maple syrup or any number of sauces…

  17. Nev says:

    Sad when a black woman can’t have nice things. REALLY SAD.


  18. Digital Unicorn says:

    Who wants to take bets that another certain Duchess will soon be seen wearing similar necklaces for her 3 children?!?!

  19. Izzy says:

    bUt HeR sToNe FiRePlAcE, y’all. I AM DECEASED. 😂

    • Jaded says:

      wHat AbOUt ThE CRYstAL!!!!

    • Cessily says:

      Pretty soon the number of fireplaces the home has will be in every article 🤔.. I’m thinking there are probably more fireplaces than bathrooms. I personally love everything about the home and interior.. I would love a glimpse of the current kitchen ..🥰

  20. Seraphina says:

    I would love to meet Meghan and get to know her. She is constantly above her haters. And I really admire that. She is always on her game and out maneuvers them all. And truth be told, not many can compete. BRF was smart enough to see that she would outshine any female in the Firm – even the FFQC and that is why they chased her (and her husband out).

  21. Savu says:

    I have two little earrings, one Scorpio and one Virgo, for me and my now-husband. I wore them for our rehearsal dinner the night before our wedding. Far cheaper than Meg’s, just search Etsy!

  22. Beth says:

    Can you imagine if they did this type of BS for the other royals? Only they won’t because the label would say things like “Painting Stolen During A Period of Colonialization We Still Refuse to Recognize” and “£300,000 of Taxpayer Money” as well as “Gifted From A Saudi Sheik”

  23. taris says:

    so seeing meghan literally glowing yesterday was sweet. and the video reminded me how she (and haz) are really good on the internet when they have free rein to just do their thing and be cute.

    also, i thought about how calm they genuinely must be most days, in their lovely home and with their adorable babies.
    while i’m sure some of the smearing from misery island does get to them after a while, i can’t imagine they spend their days crying about that shit and feeling sorry for themselves. i really do believe most of the attacks are like water off a duck’s back.

    they’re probably staying focused on their lives and work, and are excited about their upcoming plans…
    so, i do wish some of the sussex fans online would cool it sometimes with the almost-daily meltdowns over whatever crazy things the daily mail writes about h+m. any thinking person knows the tabloids and the ‘experts’ are full of shit, and clearly meghan and harry are blooming in spite (and also maybe because of?) the constant attacks.
    sometimes, it’s cool to spend more of our time cheering their work. why should we be so angry all the time if *they* aren’t?

    • swirlmamad says:

      I think this video was a good reassurance to the Sussex fans that she/they will indeed be all right in the end. We were hearing this barrage of garbage near-daily, and barely seeing Meghan at all. I think it’s normal to be concerned and maybe think the worst about their well-being, especially knowing what she went through before with her mental health. I for one feel so happy for her and them as a couple — she looked so healthy and serene to me. Certainly will make it easier to ignore the BM/rota’s crap.

  24. swirlmamad says:

    To the Daily Mail: I will quote Ouiser Bordreaux from Steel Magnolias directly — “Eat shit and die.”

    Meg, stay peaceful under that tree. Their jealousy and hate is eating them alive and it’s laughably pathetic to watch.

  25. fluffy_bunny says:

    How do they know she’s drinking English tea? I’m a tea snob and all of mine comes from Canadian companies. The English don’t haven’t cornered the tea market.

    • L84Tea says:

      I did laugh about that. The actual cup she was drinking from is indeed made in England, but for all we know she might have been drinking Diet Cherry Pepsi…I seriously doubt it, but my point being they don’t know what the heck she was sipping!

      As for tea, I prefer Harney & Sons, which is made in New York state. I’ll take them over Twinings any day of the week.

      • fluffy_bunny says:

        My husband doesn’t like tea so when we do afternoon teas he orders diet coke and one of the tea shops we go to gives it to him in a tea pot and he gets so delighted when they do that. They also give him a plate of thinly sliced lemons. He always tips extra when they do this.

  26. Keri says:

    Everybody’s looking at her stone fireplace and my eyes went directly to her adorable dog sleeping on it’s pillow bed. So cute.

    Stay mad UK media. They are absolutely devastated that Meghan, Harry, and their children are not poor and homeless. It’s killing them that while their racism has deprived them of any Sussex scoops for the foreseeable future, Meghan and Harry and their little family are living the American dream. Stay salty, bitches!

  27. Theothermia says:

    I love Meghan and this initiative.

    Astrology is BS. It’s vanity for people to think the planets effect them, sorry.

    • Haylie says:

      Right? Though I do love the astrology necklaces and want one for myself.

      Too many frauds known as psychics and astrologers are on board the “Meghan is a narcissist train” and can barely conceal their racist rage.


      • Theothermia says:

        Omg I totally agree about the jewelry – it’s like, I don’t believe in it but it’s so cute 😭💜 I’ve always loved Meghan’s daintier jewelry style. The catbird ring she has is surprisingly affordable (for duchess stuff)!

        Yeah, I definitely feel like there’s a certain kind of insulated privilege that some Meghan-haters have – they are drawn to things that have no substance because they don’t have any substance themselves.

        Not everyone who likes astrology falls into that category, it’s just a trend amongst some racist wishy washy b*ttholes.

    • notasugarhere says:

      It would be vain to think people affect planets, not vice versa.

  28. Athena says:

    @Lizzie. I was thinking just that this morning, that the story about the party was from the Sussexes and planted to see if it would peek. Now they know who not to trust.


    I love Meghan, and I also love her as a fashion icon because she is the most basic. Constellation necklaces are more kitschy to me than elegant, but they’re definitely accessible.

  30. Abby says:

    I’m surprised they didn’t label Harry in the window outside. “Prince.” “Ginger Lover.” “Wealthy Royal Tycoon.” So many options.

  31. MerlinsMom1018 says:

    I’m a Leo and I prefer to keep myself to myself (I must be the only Leo I know like that) but I know most Leo’s love to shine.
    I really really enjoyed Harry video bombing Meghan’s interview, although my understanding is the Isle of Salt is losing their collective shit. As far as Meghan’s desk, and the rest, they’re certainly stretching more so than normal

  32. LRob says:

    They are coveting or critiquing the fireplace? I’m going for the gold suede shoes. Love you , Meghan.

  33. Sunnyvale says:

    Just like how I knew keen would start using necklaces with her kids initials just like Meghan, I predict she’ll do the same again😏

    • Cessily says:

      My children have the same constellation(so one necklace is all I covet) and it’s on my birthday list….🥰🤞🏼