With the announcement of Prince Harry’s engagement, one fact’s going to hit us straight in the face pretty soon; we can’t be a princess but not being a member of the regal court does not mean you don’t get to feel like your royal extravagant self with your perfect engagement ring. Here are a few top designs are worn by royal princesses and duchess’ themselves;

1. Katherine Middleton’s Oval Blue Sapphire

The infamous ring originally worn by Princess Diana was passed down to Katherine Middleton as an engagement ring. The main body consists of 12 oval deep blue sapphires surrounded by fourteen solitaire diamonds. The entire build is an 18K white gold.




2. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall  Prince Charles proposed the now Duchess of Cornwall with a family heirloom confirmed to be worn by Prince Charles grandmother, Queen Elizabeth herself. The ring was a huge center square cut diamond. The ring was mounted on platinum with side or baguette diamonds, three in number glistening with extravagance.


3. Marie Chantal Of Greece Prince Pavlov remained head-on with the tradition of something old, something blue and something new when he chose this exquisite piece of jewelry. He proposed to his new Princess with a blue sapphire ring of his mother, Queen Anne-Marie. The only addition was a little heart-shaped diamond on the side.

 4. Princess Charlene of Monaco: This beautifully cut regal diamond ring, originally designed by a Persian designer consists of a 3-carat diamond that was cut in pear shape surrounded by smaller embellished diamonds on the side, mounted on gray-white gold. It’s a one of a kind.

5. Swedish Princess Sofia
Prince call of Sweden, younger brother to crown Princess Victoria designed the engagement ring himself for his beautiful bride, Sofia. The design is very unusual and eye-catching with a big centered diamond and three rows of diamonds intersecting in the middle.