From the engagement of Kate Middleton and Prince William to the lavish wedding of the Duchess of Cambridge, the couple’s relationship is constantly in the public eye.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got engaged in 2010, and the nation has gone mad over the new edition of the Royal Family.
When they got engaged, the prince gifted Princess Diana’s sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
And while some may consider this to be the most sentimental piece of jewelry the prince has given his wife, it is possible that you are wrong.
In fact, earlier in their relationship, William gifted the expectant mother of his children an eternity band, according to Cosmopolitan.
The sentimental value comes from the Victorian eternity group consisting of garnets – the birthstone of the Duchess – and pearls – the birthstone of the prince.
Since receiving the thoughtful gift, Kate has reportedly worn it on and off throughout their relationship.
However, these two rings are not the only special jewelry that William gave his wife.
On their wedding day, Prince William placed a Welsh gold wedding ring on the beauty’s ring finger.
Before the wedding, the palace announced: âThe wedding ring Catherine Middleton will wear will be in Welsh gold. The gold was presented to Prince William by the Queen shortly after the couple’s engagement. “
“It has been in the family for a few years and was handed over to the royal jewelers. There are no further details on the mine where the gold came from.”