Treat yourself (or someone else) to these Duchess-approved gold Kimai earrings.

By Rachel Sylvester
Updated: January 10, 2019
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It comes as no surprise to us mere mortals when Meghan Markle steps out in yet another pair of ultra-chic shoes or a sleek outfit only a royal could pull off with ease. Nearly all of the Duchess of Sussex's best outfits result in an instantaneous online shopping frenzy, and Meghan Markle's latest maternity look is no exception.

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Yesterday during her first public event of the year in London, Meghan seriously upped her accessory game by pairing a Hatch maternity dress ($218; shopbop.com) with a delicate pair of gold Kimai earrings($403; kimai.co) that immediately shot to the top of our wish list. The pregnant duchess (who's expecting her first child with Prince Harry in the spring) pulled her entire look together with an oversized Oscar de la Renta swing coat, but it was her edgy earrings that left us scrambling to add some new bling to our jewelry boxes.

Meghan Markle gold Kimai earrings

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Made by ethical jewelry brand Kimai, the delicate baubles made a flashy statement when displayed next to Meghan's signature sleek bun. Dubbed the "Felicity" earring, the jewelry features .28 carats worth of lab-grown diamonds set in 18-karat gold.

The sustainable earrings are sold per unit, so fans of Kimai fine jewelry will have to purchase two in order to make a pair. (Personally, we love the idea of wearing a single earring for more of an asymmetrical look.) Kimai's website also notes that while their Felicity earrings may look oversized, the jewelry fits a single piercing.

Clocking in at $403 per earring, the accessory is certainly a splurge, but it's one purchase we're willing to make with Valentine's Day right around the corner. Pick one up for your jewelry-obsessed partner or BFF, or simply treat yourself to some brand new jewels before the stones sell out for good.