Prince Harry paid a touching tribute to his mother with the engagement ring he gave to Meghan Markle.
Kensington Palace revealed the 33-year-old designed the ring himself, using two outside diamonds from the personal collection of Princess Diana.
At the centre is a diamond from Botswana, a country that holds special significance for Harry who has visited many times since he was a child.
Harry and Meghan have also spent time together in the country over the last year and a half, Kensington Palace said.
The band is made of gold and the ring was made by Cleave and Company, Court Jewellers and Medallists to Her Majesty The Queen.
Harry has followed in the footsteps of his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, who also paid tribute to their late mother when he proposed in November 2010.
The Duchess of Cambridge was presented with Diana’s distinctive sapphire and diamond engagement ring, which William said was his way of “making sure my mother didn’t miss out on today and the excitement”.
Created by jeweller Garrard, Kate’s stunning piece of jewellery consists of 14 solitaire diamonds surrounding a 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire set in 18-karat white gold.
It reportedly cost £28,000 at the time the Prince of Wales and Diana became engaged in February 1981.
The Duchess of Cornwall was presented with a 1930s Art Deco-style engagement ring when Charles proposed in February 2005.
Once owned by the Queen Mother, the ring is made of platinum and has a square central diamond with three diamond baguettes on either side.
The Queen, who recently celebrated her 70th wedding anniversary, was presented with a platinum and diamond engagement ring when the Duke of Edinburgh proposed in 1947.
It was made by the jewellers, Philip Antrobus, using diamonds from a tiara belonging to Philip’s mother.
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