Meghan Markle’s Cute Seersucker Face Mask Is Still in Stock (and It’s from an Awesome, Black Women-Owned Brand)

Last week, when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry volunteered at a drive-through event for Baby2Baby in Los Angeles, we couldn't help but swoon over Markle's cute seersucker face mask. And as it turns out, we're in luck, because it's still in stock. 

The mask is from a NYC-based brand called Royal Jelly Harlem, an African-inspired clothing and home decorating line founded in February 2011 by mother-daughter duo Teta and Maya Gorgoni. According to its website, Royal Jelly Harlem "calls attention to the diversity of the African continent and its culture, traditions and art," and purchases many of its materials from African vendors.  

The brand's masks are unisex, double-lined with a filter, 100 percent cotton and made in New York. They're also available in eight pretty colors and prints (we're partial to the yellow toile)—plus six kids' versions. 

ICYMI: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently made a surprise appearance at Baby2Baby’s event. The L.A.-based nonprofit organization held a socially distanced distribution of school necessities at Knox Elementary School. During the outing, the couple distributed items to families in need who are preparing for the new academic year.

Our advice? Grab one before it sells out—as most Markle-loved items usually do. 

sarah stiefvater

Wellness Director

Sarah Stiefvater is PureWow's Wellness Director. She's been at PureWow for ten years, and in that time has written and edited stories across all categories, but currently focuses...