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Cleave and Company creates royal engagement ring

Court Jewellers and Medallists to Her Majesty The Queen, Cleave and Company, is reported to have created the royal engagement ring. 

According to Sky News, the gold engagement ring presented by Prince Harry to actress Meghan Markle features diamonds from Princess Diana’s private jewellery collection and was designed by the Prince himself.

In an official press statement relating to its involvement in making the rign, Cleave and Company said: “We are honoured to be of service and are wishing Prince Henry and his fiancé the very best.”

Cleve and Company creates royal engagement ring

Cleave and Company has created the latest royal engagement ring

At its centre is a diamond from Botswana. The ring features two outside stones which are diamonds from the personal collection of Prince Harry’s mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.

The design was revealed to the public for the first time at a press photoshoot outside Kensington Palace yesterday afternoon (November 27). 

In an exclusive interview with the BBC, Prince Harry said that he had selected yellow gold for the ring because it is Markle’s “favourite”.



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