Suetables is a sustainable jewelry brand based in Toronto, where the jewelry is made locally with hand-stamping techniques to produce high quality pieces.
The former actress appeared on the program to discuss her Disneynature film,
which she narrated. The pre-recorded clip was shot last year
during her recording session for the film.
In the video clip, Meghan showcased her sophisticated style in a crisp white button-down blouse, which is thought to be the Misha Nonoo shirt from her Smart Works collection with her fashion designer friend.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 20, 2020
The mom of one accessorized with Suetables' Vanessa Coin Zodiac Charm ($159), layered with the Shirley Horoscope Charm ($79). The pieces by the Canadian company represent Archie's zodiac symbol (Taurus) and the latter is Harry's sign (Virgo).
The way the duchess used her jewelry to keep her family close is very sweet, especially considering little Archie's first birthday is coming up on May 6!
Harry and Meghan both share a passion for animals, and have worked together in an elephant conservation effort with Elephants Without Borders. So, it was very fitting the duchess kept the duke near her heart with the necklace during the appearance to discuss Elephant, whichpremiered on the Disney+ streaming service at the beginning of April.
Meghan finished her look with her dark hair styled straight and parted down the middle. She sported a natural makeup look consisting of an understated smokey eye and subdued pink lipstick.
The duchess wore the Canadian company's jewelry when she stepped out in Vancouver earlier this year. The former actress was last seen wearing the two Suetables zodiac necklaces when she visited the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre in Vancouver on Jan. 14.
"Seeing Meghan Markle today on Good Morning America wearing our jewelry again was a ray of sunshine during these dark days of COVID-19," Sue Henderson, owner and designer of Suetables, a small Canadian jewellery company with three retail locations that ships worldwide, said to HELLO! Canada.
"With so much bad news these days and three retail locations mandated to be closed, seeing our jewelry featured alongside a Disney film in support of conserving wildlife, gave us such an emotional lift.
"Every time Meghan wears Suetables, we also see a lift in followers and sales. As a small business during this pandemic, this means more to us than ever," she continued.
"We are so grateful for this and for the opportunity to continue helping our customers celebrate and mark milestones during this difficult time."
The California native sported the Suetables jewelry again in November 2019 to a surprise visit at the Broom Farm Community Centre in Windsor to visit with military families.
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