Admittedly, we know way too much about the Duchess of Sussex. Hey, at least we're not in denial.
Meghan Markle, who became a mega-celeb and literal royalty seemingly overnight, likes children's books by Shel Silverstein, homemade acai bowls and those fancy-schmancy Diptyque candles that run $80 a pop. (Same, same and—if we could afford them—same.)
The company famously provided the fragrance for Harry and Meghan's royal wedding last May in the form of floral-scented candles and room sprays for St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle and in the rooms where the Duke and Duchess prepared for their special day, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
So when we heard the bougie French candle company—whose iconic black-and-white labels are the staple of every blogger's desk Instagram—launched a cocktail served in its trademark jars, we sorta flipped. (Come on: You know you’ve sniffed at least one fancy candle and wished there were an edible version.)