Prior to announcing his relationship with his now-wife Meghan Markle, the royal redhead purchased a painting from Kensington’s Walton Fine Arts gallery, titled Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, in October 2016. Created by British artist Van Donna, the diptych artwork features two separate white canvases—one with a black and white silhouette of a young boy and girl holding hands from behind, the other spray painted with the words “Everybody Needs Somebody to Love” in a sprawling, blue font.
While it was never officially confirmed whether Meghan was the true recipient of this romantic and
modern two-piece painting set, all signs seem to indicate so. A local art collector confessed to PEOPLE at the time that Prince Harry was on the hunt for a gift for “an important person,” just a few days before their relationship went public. He also reportedly asked whether the two pieces of the diptych could be separated, meaning he may have been considering giving one to Meghan and keeping one for himself.
It’s estimated that the original art cost a few grand, but you can follow in Harry’s footsteps and earn major gifting points with your own S.O without breaking the bank. PEOPLE reports that Van Donna is currently selling a condensed version of the painting on the Walton Fine Arts website.
The artist, whose professional alias meshes “Van Gogh” and “Madonna,” has several variations available of the popular print, including a 21 x 21 cm framed replica of the stencilled children, priced at only $264.