Kate Middleton’s jewelry box is quite special. She inherited coins that belonged to the late Princess Diana, received gifts from Her Majesty the Queen and, of course, accepted expensive coins from her husband, Prince William.
In fact, the value of her jewelry collection is £82million.
However, there’s one gem that’s finally back after being out of print for a while and if you’re a fan you’ll definitely be thrilled…
Kate Middleton received a diamond eternity ring from Prince William after Prince George was born in 2013 and it’s a stunning piece.
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The Eclipse Diamond Eternity Ring, crafted in 18k white gold and hand set with 0.23 white diamonds, set the Prince back just under £1,000 when he bought it in 2013.
However, the ring that was just replenished will now cost you £1,500 here.
The ring has been out of stock for some time, so fans will be delighted to now be able to get their hands on the same ring that comes from Chelsea’s famous Annoushka boutique.
While this ring may not be the most expensive piece in his extensive collection, the ring will undoubtedly be a classic that will stay with the Cambridge family for some time to come.
It is not uncommon for Prince William to gift jewelry to his wife after the birth of their children.
It is known that he indeed bought her a “push gift” after the birth of each of her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and the Prince.
When Princess Charlotte was born, he gave the Duchess a £3,700 pair of diamond and amethyst earrings by Kiki McDonough which she wears often.
However, unfortunately, we have no confirmation as to why he bought Kate when Prince Louis was born, but we imagine it was some sort of jewelry box.
Prince Harry also gave his wife a gift.
He gifted his wife a green emerald ring from jeweler Lorraine Schwartz that resembles Archie’s birth month.
The ring was a bespoke piece so we’re not sure of the price, however, Schwartz’s jewelery can cost millions and even created Beyonce’s engagement ring which cost £3.9million.
Push gifts are currently not a tradition within the Royal Family, however, it could be something new that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are presenting when they become king and queen.
If you want to nab Kate’s ring for yourself, be quick, after selling like hot cakes last time around, we don’t think it’ll be sticking around for long.
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