Meghan Markle Got Her Mask From a Shop That Also Carries Chic Furniture

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Another day, another Meghan Markle appreciation post. This time, the Duchess of Sussex made headlines for wearing a chic face mask made by Black-owned company Royal Jelly Harlem.

Markle and Prince Harry recently moved to Santa Barbara and last week, the couple worked with Baby2Baby — a nonprofit that provides essentials to families in need — to distribute school supplies, clothing, food, and hygiene essentials for a drive-thru donation drive.

Royal Jelly Harlem is a New York City-based, African-inspired clothing and decor line founded by mother-daughter team Teta and Maya Gorgoni in 2011.

In addition to Markle's elegant mask, they sell many other gorgeous items. Here are a few of our favorites:

Royal Jelly Harlem Adult Mask in Blue Seersucker, $15

If you're interested in Markle's mask, it comes in multiple colors and is available in both adult and kids sizes. It's also made of reusable cotton or linen, and at the time of publication, is somehow still in stock.

Royal Jelly Harlem Johnny Apron in Hibiscus, $48

Who needs a basic, monochromatic apron when you can have one in this amazing pattern?

Royal Jelly Harlem Adult Mask in Burgundy Flowers, $15

Another mask pattern we're in love with.

Royal Jelly Harlem Wrought Iron Cafe Chairs (set of 4), $1600

These cafe chairs would add a lovely pop of color to a dining area.

Royal Jelly Logo Towel in Raspberry, $38

Just like the beach, this pink towel is calling our names.


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