Meghan Markle’s go-to necklace is 30% off at Aurate’s biggest Memorial Day sale ever

Aurate jewelry may be a royal favorite, but you won’t need a king’s ransom to score the same sparkle for yourself.

The Meghan Markle-approved brand is having its biggest Memorial Day Sale ever right now, offering shoppers 30% off sitewide with the code MEMDAY (plus 35% off orders over $1,000).

That means now’s the time to score $200 off the Duchess of Sussex’s sleek yellow gold Collar Necklace ($700 $490), which sported three days in a row during her recent trip to Nigeria with Prince Harry.


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She paired hers with everything from a Carolina Herrera silk dress an Altuzarra pantsuit, proving the statement piece styles just as seamlessly with an office look as with an evening gown.

The former “Suits” star’s owned the necklace since at least 2022, when she was seen wearing it in a scene from Netflix’s buzzy “Harry & Meghan” docuseries.

She’s far from the only famous fan of the brand; Kerry Washington’s jewelry box includes the Gold Ridged Arch Ring ($140 $70), the Bold Infinity Gold Hinged Bracelet ($360 $234) and the versatile Gold Stackable Ring ($95 $65), the latter of which she wore for a recent red carpet appearance.


Gold bangle bracelets
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Gold rings
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Kerry Washington in a pink suit
Kerry Washington is also among Aurate’s famous fans. Deadline via Getty Images

If gemstones are more your style, consider the $700-off Classic Diamond Tennis Bracelet ($2,000 $1,300) and the White Sapphire Baguette Tennis Necklace ($690 $486) — both of which are currently hundreds off.


A diamond tennis bracelet
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A diamond tennis bracelet
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Whichever pieces you pick, just be sure to add them to your cart before this gem of a deal disappears.


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This article was written by Hannah Southwick, Commerce Writer/Reporter for Page Six Style. Hannah spies deals on actually affordable celebrity-worn styles, puts Hollywood’s favorite labels to the test and finds the beauty products that keep stars red carpet-ready. She consults stylists and industry pros — including celebs themselves — for firsthand product recommendations, trend predictions and more. In addition to writing for Page Six since 2020, her work has been featured in USA Today and Parade.