Kate Middleton’s engagement ring is ‘priceless’ and carries ‘the legacy of Princess Diana'
If she had to put a numerical value on it though, Roseanna suggested Kate’s engagement ring would have a hefty price tag.
The expert said: “Kate Middleton’s engagement ring is worth around £400,000.”
Not only did it belong to Princess Diana, it also has a very special meaning behind it, dating back to 1840.
Roseanna said: “It is said that the inspiration for Kate Middleton’s and formerly, the late Princess Diana’s engagement ring, came from a brooch the Queen owns and Prince Charles always found beautiful – he is said to have seen the ring at House of Garrard and as it reminded him of this brooch he was drawn to it immediately.
“The brooch is one of the Queen’s favourites in a simple design that will never be out of taste – a brooch that has inspired many wonderful pieces of jewellery.”
The stunning sapphire and diamond brooch was given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert at Buckingham Palace in 1840.
Another piece of jewellery that the Duchess wears on regular occasions is her ruby ring.
The Duchess has added her ruby ring to her outfits over the past couple of years, matching it to the red clutches she will regularly use.
Roseanna said: “The Duchess of Cambridge’s ruby ring I estimate to be worth in the region of £35,000 and is a stunning piece of timeless yet ‘on trend’ jewellery – a step away from the traditional jewels worn by the Royal Family.
“The setting is elegant and really helps the stone to stand proud in the ring with a simple diamond set band accentuating the ruby even more.
“She is thought to have worn it paired with a white Alexander McQueen peplum dress as a nod to the colours of the Polish flag when she was on tour with her family in Poland.”
Kate takes great care in matching her outfits, often matching her jewellery to her outfits and her accessories.