Meghan Markle wears Princess Diana's bracelet while speaking to Oprah in the upcoming bombshell interview for CBS.
The diamond tennis bracelet, which was owned by Prince Harry's late mother, Diana, is a poignant choice as the Duke opens up about the hardship the Princess of Wales went through before her death.
Harry, 36, and wife Meghan, 39, say they focused on not letting 'history repeat itself' when they were deciding to step down as senior royals.
The couple whose interview with US host Oprah Winfrey is set to air this Sunday on CBS, which is around 1am the following morning in the UK.
It's the same bracelet that Harry originally took two stones from to have the Duchess' engagement ring made.
It also features a third stone which is ethically sourced from Botswana.
The bracelet was worn by Diana for one of her last ever public appearances, in June 1997, weeks before she died.
She had attended a performance of Swan Lake at the Royal Albert Hall.
Meghan wore the bracelet with a gold Cartier Love angle and another gold beaded bracelet in the teaser trailer released days before the interview.
In 2019, Harry said his "deepest fear is history repeating itself" when voicing his anger at the "relentless propaganda" against Meghan in the press.
He said: “I’ve seen what happens when someone I love is commoditised to the point that they are no longer treated or seen as a real person.
“I lost my mother and now I watch my wife falling victim to the same powerful forces.”
In the short trailers released for the special, the Duke reiterates his feelings and claims the pair decided to emigrate to LA in fear it'd happen again to his wife.
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Harry has aligned their experience with that of his mother, who was relentlessly pursued by paparazzi, whereas the pair had few images of them in newspapers and Meghan was protected by Scotland Yard officers, writes The Telegraph.
Dramatic music and quick cut scenes have given the impression the tell-all chat will cause a stir with the Royal Family, with some calling for it to be postponed since Prince Philip has been moved to a new hospital in London.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who was admitted on February 15, has been moved to St Bart's Hospital, to undergo tests and supervision for an infection related to an underlying condition.
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