The royal was first pictured wearing the bracelet at a polo match in 2001 when he was a teenager and since then has worn it publicly throughout the years, notably on the day of his wedding to Meghan Markle.
The Duchess of Sussex couldn't have looked more stunning in a classic pink Prada look at the Young Leader Awards at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, though fans were quick to notice she didn't adhere to the "Duchess slant" royal ladies are supposed to exhibit while seated.
For previous royal events, Meghan has only added a hint of blush to her cheeks, and avoided anything slightly new. "As many of you know, this is the previous year of The Queen's Young Leaders Awards, but the legacy of the programme will no doubt carry on for generations to come".
While speaking with People, Meier said that sitting with the knees and ankle together is more sophisticated than crossing the legs on the knees.
Although not technically a rule, it's generally frowned upon for female royals to sit with their legs crossed at the knee. Interestingly, Kate Middleton has perfected the slanting legs pose-it is now dubbed "the Duchess slant" named after her.
"Meghan can cross her legs how she likes, nothing to do with protocol". Markle and Prince Harry are scheduled to make their first official royal engagement overseas as a couple in Dublin, Ireland in July, so when it comes to loading up on lobster, shrimp, or that garlic-covered chicken adobo, the time is now.
The former "Suits" star was photographed with her legs crossed while at the gathering for youth leaders.
One of the most talked about aspects of Meghan's life however is her relationship with her grandmother-in-law, the Queen - especially in recent weeks.
While the "Duchess slant" was the go-to seated position for Princess Diana, the mother-of-two appears to have relaxed her stance after her split from Prince Charles in 1996.