The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle stepped out for one of her final solo Royal engagements on Thursday and showed that husband Prince Harry is never far from her thoughts by opting for a romantic piece of jewellery.
Attending the launch of a new exhibition at London's National Theatre, the Duchess wore a gold pendant necklace from jewellery brand Sophie Lis that eagle-eyed fans have spotted carries a hidden and heartfelt message.
The designer behind the necklace, Notting Hill based Sophie Lis, took to Instagram to explain the sweet message hidden in the dainty piece of jewellery.
Sharing a close up of the medallion, which is engraved with a diamond encrusted plus sign followed by the word "Qu'hier", and "Que Demain" followed by a ruby minus sign, she revealed that the phrase comes from a romantic 19th century poem.
The words loosely translates to "Every day I love you more, more than yesterday, less than tomorrow," a line from the The Eternal Song by French poet Rosemonde Gérard.
The designer wrote she felt "honoured" that Meghan had chosen to wear the £400 necklace which sends 10% of all sales to animal welfare charity Wild at Heart Foundation.
We don't know if the piece of jewellery was a gift from Prince Harry or not but the pair attended the Endeavour Fund Awards ceremony together later that same evening together where they coordinated in red - their first joint official appearance since making the bombshell announcement back in January.
The couple have a few engagements left before they officially finish their royal duties at the end of the month.