Top 5 Royal Diamond Wedding Rings

Kate Middleton’s Engagement Ring

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Prince William had presented his future wife with his late mother’s oval blue engagement ring, which consists of fourteen solitaire diamonds elegantly surrounding a twelve carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire set in 18-karat white gold. The ring created huge controversy and media hype after a picture was released to the media.

Princess Grace’s Ring

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Prince Rainier III of Monaco originally proposed to Grace Kelly with a Cartier eternity band of rubies and diamonds. When he saw other leading ladies in Hollywood were flashing bigger rings, he quickly ordered this 10.5-carat emerald-cut diamond flanked by two baguettes, also from Cartier.

Queen Elizabeth II’s Engagement Ring

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The diamonds for Queen Elizabeth II’s engagement ring from Prince Philip have a special history: They came from a tiara belonging to Philip’s mother, Princess Andrew of Greece. There was so much said and talked about this royal ring. Queen Elizabeth’s ring was just so much adorable and stunning that it took all eyes.

 

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The Duchess of Windsor’s Engagement Ring

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Fitting to the epic love story of Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor, and Edward VIII, who abdicated his throne for her, the 19.77 carat emerald engagement ring bore a personal inscription. It read: “We are ours now 27 X 36.” That’s shorthand for the day Edward proposed, October 27, 1936.

Crown Princess Of Greece’s Engagement Ring

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When Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece proposed to Marie-Chantal Miller, reportedly on a ski lift in Switzerland, it was with this ring featuring a family heirloom sapphire and a heart-cut diamond that was his personal touch.

 

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