If you love Meghan Markle's engagement ring, can't quite stretch enough to the real deal (it's rumoured to be worth around £150k) but don't want to go as low as the Primark replica either, then there is the perfect replica.
Buckingham Palace has just launched its own version of the ring on its e-shop, and it comes in at a very affordable £30.
In the product description, it says, 'The design of this new statement range, is inspired by the engagement ring of Meghan Markle. This three crystal ring is made of sparkling crystals set on palladium plated metal.'
As for styling notes, it's recommended to 'be worn as part of a set with matching earrings and pendant.'
The design is very similar to Meghan's, though of course these aren't real diamonds, and the band on the Duchess' ring is gold, not silver.
It was designed by Prince Harry himself – with each diamond holding special significance to the royal.
The central diamond is from Botswana – a country that the newlyweds have visited together and the two diamonds on either side are from his late mother Princess Diana’s collection. The three jewels are reported to be held together by a gold band, made by Cleave and company.
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Although she's always loved fashion - she used to create scrapbooks of her favourite trends and looks, including Sienna Miller and Kate Moss' boho phase - her first job was at MoneySavingExpert.com, sourcing the best deals for everything from restaurants to designer sales.
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