Kate’s Engagement Ring model withdrawn from the Royal Jewelry sale
The imitation of Kate’s engagement ring is taken away from the replica of the royal jewelry on sale, as per the U.K.’s Daily Mail report cited on January 3. The riddle of a withdrawing replica of the Duchess of Cambridge engagement ring was solved, as believed that the wife of Prince William herself banned the sale.
The enigma of the missing replica of Kate’s engagement ring was resolved and expounds that the Duchess of Cambridge herself prohibited the sale. On January 3rd, the U.K Daily Mail cited the withdrawn of the duplicate of Kate Middleton, wife of Prince William’s sapphire and diamond engagement ring from a collection of ‘copy royal jewelry’ going on sale to the public. Middleton, who is second in line to the throne in Britain, proscribed the sale of her engagement ring replica as the real ring holds a deep and personal significance for the pair, portrays Charlotte Griffiths the newspaper’s diary editor in a post, quoting the authoritative (Royal) sources. The original diamond and sapphire ring, an engagement ring of Kate’s, once belonged to Princess Diana, the late mother of William’s. The replication of her betrothal ring was anticipated to be a piece of ‘Princess Diana jewelry collection’ and is sold online at the royal gift shop at Kensington Palace, the official residence of Kate and William. Bill Skinner Studio’s spokesperson, based on the Otford United Kingdom delineated the Daily Mail that they crafted the ring but did not provide it to the gift shop as the twosome did not desire. A diminutive replica of the ring is accessible on the site as a part of ‘ring charm’ for $147.