Meghan Markle showed her love for Prince Harry at the US Open in a very sweet way

The royal topped off her outfit with delicate (and meaningful) jewelry.
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By Alexander Kacala

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, is wearing her heart on her sleeve … well, neck.

The former Meghan Markle showed her love for husband Prince Harry in an adorable way, with a pendant necklace engraved with their initials.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, watches Serena Williams play against Bianca Andreescu at the U.S. Open. TPN / Getty Images

The 14-karat gold necklace, $245, is from designer Mini Mini Jewels. Detailed with two dog tag pendants, one is engraved with the initial “H” on it for Harry, while the other has an “M" for Meghan. The necklace is available in gold as seen on the duchess, but also in white gold and rose gold as well.

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Meghan came to the U.S. to cheer on good friend Serena Williams in her match against Bianca Andreescu at the U.S. Open. Andreescu beat Williams, preventing the tennis legend from a 24th Grand Slam singles title.

This is the first time the first-time mom is away from her child, who she gave birth to this past May.

The duchess's necklace wasn't the only stylish item fans and followers were interested in. She also sported the perfect summer-to-fall transition piece, a denim shirtdress with a tie belt from J.Crew. What a cute ensemble!

Mini Mini Jewels Pendant & Chain

You can also purchase the pedant alone for $100 less.

Mini Mini Jewels Pendant

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