What Meghan's rings really say about her:
How the art of 'ring palmistry' can decode the stars' insecurities and desires by the bling on their fingers.
What Meghan's rings really say about her: How the art of 'ring palmistry' can decode the stars' insecurities and desires by the bling on their fingers
When Meghan Markle accompanied Prince Harry on their second official walkabout in Brixton earlier this week, it wasn’t her engagement ring that attracted most attention but the intriguing jewelry she wore on the fingers of her right hand.
What did this unusual collection of rings, on her thumb, index and fourth fingers, possibly signify? Quite a bit, apparently. Johnny Fincham, the Norfolk-based author of the world No 1 best-selling book on hand reading, Palmistry: Apprentice To Pro In 24 Hours, says people were right to wonder — and that palmistry, the ancient art of divining people’s personality from their hands, gives a fascinating insight into a person’s character. ‘When we look at the human brain, we find a huge portion of it is devoted to our hands, interpreting the sensations they feel and the way they move,’ he says. ‘And when the digits are embraced by a ring, research has shown that this actually affects our behaviour.’
Meghan Markle’s most striking adornment, during her second official engagement this week, was undoubtedly her thumb ring. A ring on your thumb means a 'controlling' wife