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It’s not the real thing, unfortunately – but the £30 version, which equates to roughly AU$73. The Buckingham Palace shop is selling a ‘Statement Ring’ that’s heavily inspired by the one Prince Harry gave the Duchess of Sussex last year.
The two rings do have their differences of course. It’s made with crystals over diamonds and unlike Meghan’s yellow gold band, the three crystals are set on a palladium-plated ring… but minor details right?
This is what the real deal looks like:
According to PEOPLE Magazine, Harry designed the ring himself, with the help of British jewellers Cleave and Company, who are also the preferred jewellers of Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The diamonds also hold their own special significance too. The central stone was sourced from Botswana, where the couple spent their third date, and the two smaller stones are from Princess Diana's personal collection.