Meghan Markle spotted wearing £1,000-a-year ‘stress-reducing’ patch

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Meghan Markle has been spotted wearing a £1,000-a-year 'stress-reducing' patch, as she was seen out and about near her home in Montecito, California.

The 43 year old Duchess of Sussex was seen wearing the patch on her wrist, just below the palm of her hand.

It is from NuCalm, and reportedly costs £1,000 per year.

Meghan, who shares two children, Archie, four, and Lilibet, two, with her husband, Prince Harry, 38, looked chic on her outing in California.

Despite it being summer, Meghan donned a camel-coloured coat with white jeans and a pair of flat pumps.

She also wore a blue and cream silk scarf which, coincidentally, appeared to coordinate perfectly with the blue patch that she wore on her wrist.

The patch, which costs $80 for a pack of 20, is said to boost gaba neurotransmitters, reduce stress hormones and it's also said to improve sleep.

A source told the Mirror: "They are becoming very popular in the US. Wearers say they can help people battle a range of ailments, including stress, insomnia and pain."

It's unclear why Meghan might have to wear the patch, however, she and Prince Harry have suffered numerous setbacks in the past year, amid their bid to conquer America.

The pair sensationally announced their decision to step back as working members of the Royal Family in early 2020, and since then, Harry and Meghan have launched a number of attacks on the institution.

They famously sat down for a tell-all interview with US chat show host Oprah Winfrey, where they claimed the institution was against them.

Harry levelled even more damaging claims at his family in his memoir, Spare, which was released in January 2023, and included claims that his brother Prince William 'physically attacked him' during an argument in 2019.

It appears they are more estranged than ever from Harry's family, with no thawing of tensions believed to be happening anytime soon.

The couple received millions from numerous deals with Netflix, Spotify, and Harry's tell-all book deal, however, they were dealt a massive blow when Spotify dropped them.

In June, Spotify, along with Meghan and Harry's audio production company Archewell Audio released a joint statement on Thursday night, which said they had "mutually agreed to part ways and are proud of the series we made together."

Meghan and Harry signed a reported $20million deal with the streaming giant, but a source has claimed that the couple "did not did not meet the productivity benchmark required to receive the full payout," according to the Wall Street Journal.

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