Every royal engagement is accompanied by a sparkling royal engagement ring, and there have been some very impressive gems gifted over the years.
These royal engagement rings have been and will be talked about for many more years to come. We present you some of the most famous and stylish royal diamond rings below:
Princess Beatrice married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi last year after the proposal during a trip to Italy in September 2019.
Mozzi along with the jeweller Shaun Leane designed the perfect ring together. The ring bears a gorgeous round centre stone flanked by two diamond side stones with some more diamonds on the band.
The Hollywood actress married Prince Harry in 2018 post a cute proposal in their Nottingham Cottage. The two apparently cooked a roast chicken, and Prince Harry got down on one knee.
The beautiful ring features a 3-carat cushion cut diamond with 2 diamonds flanking the centre stone on a yellow gold band. The center diamond was supposedly sourced from Botswana and the side diamonds came from Princess Diana’s collection.
The ring was later redesigned in the spring of 2019, and the stones were set on a fine micro-pavé band.
The people’s princess married Charles, Prince of Wales in the year 1981. In February of 1981, Prince Charles proposed to Lady Diana during a private dinner at Buckingham Palace. The couple had kept their engagement a secret for a few weeks.
The late Princess Diana’s engagement ring features aglamorous 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire surrounded by 14 dazzling solitaire diamonds set in 18-karat white gold.
Kate Middleton now the Duchess of Cambridge married Prince William of Windsor in the year 2011. It is said that Prince William proposed to her in a cosy cottage when the couple was vacationing in Mount Kenya with some of their friends.
Kate’s diamond engagement ring bears an oval Garrard 12-carat Ceylon sapphire which is surrounded by a cluster of 14 sparkling solitaire diamonds set in pristine white gold. It is said to be inspired from Princess Diana’s engagement ring.
Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom married Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.
Prince Phillip mother Princess Alice of Battenberg loaned him a tiara that was given to her as a wedding present so it could be dismantled and crafted into a ring.
It was later made into a 3-carat round centre stone flanked with 10 smaller diamonds on both sides.