Do you like Kate Middleton’s eternity ring? It is available for purchase from Annoushka now

Abigail Malbon

Kate MiddletonThe engagement ring is, of course, iconic. As the magnificent sapphire once belonged to princess diana, he inspired countless copied versions – and his gold wedding ring had a similar effect. But devoted royal fans will know that the Duchess of Cambridge often wears three rings; her engagement and wedding rings, plus a gorgeous diamond.

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The delicate eternity ring has a sweet story behind it, as it is considered the generous gift that Prince william gave his wife after the birth of Prince george. Oh ! Kate is rarely seen without her, although she is so beautiful that she is often missed when placed next to Princess Diana’s original jewel.


Kate wears Princess Diana’s old engagement ring

The group is made by London designer Annoushka, set with 0.23 carats of brilliant-cut diamonds. And, unlike her engagement ring, it’s not entirely priceless – in fact, you can actually get the exact same ring yourself on the Annoushka website for £ 1,500.


Eclipse 18k White Gold Eternity Ring, £ 1,200, Annoushka London


The ring was only recently reintroduced to the brand’s website, so there’s every chance it will sell like hot cakes. We recommend that you get there quickly if you want the magnificent heirloom for yourself!

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Kate’s slightly larger wedding ring, like those owned by Meghan Markle and other British royal women, is made from a special gold nugget from the Clogau St David mine in Bontddu in the North of the Country of Wales.

While we might not have a sapphire ring like Kate’s, we’re definitely saving up to get this classic ring just like the Duchess.

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