Duchess Meghan can look fantastic in anything that she wears – and since she enthusiastically wore a macaroni necklace that was made for her by a 6-year-old fan, the boy has become inundated with orders.
Gavin Hazelwood insisted on staying home from school earlier this month so he could see Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan on their Australian tour.
As a means of welcoming the royal couple to his hometown of Melbourne, Gavin covered some dinosaur-shaped macaroni in gold paint and strung them onto a ribbon. He then made a sign reading “I Made You A Necklace” so he could capture Markle’s attention – and it worked.
Markle accepted the boy’s gift and proudly wore it around her neck for the duration of their outdoor reception.
After Markle was seen wearing the necklace, Gavin created a website (with a little help from his parents) where he could continue making macaroni necklaces for $20 a pop.
If that seems expensive, it’s because he is donating all of his earnings to stillborn research; a cause that is very close to his heart after he had a stillborn sister in 2014.
Since creating the website, his mother says that he has received 250 orders from around the world.
“I want to be like the Prince and Princess and support charities,” writes Gavin. “I made more necklaces the same as Meghan’s. If I sell them, I’ll send all the profits to research for stillborn babies,” adding that he is “very excited that my necklace money can help save other babies.”
(WATCH the video below) – Photo by “I Made You A Necklace”
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