Prince Harry Gave Meghan Markle a New Ring as a Push Present & It’ll Make You Swoon

This year’s Trooping the Colour celebration marked the Duchess of Sussex’s first public appearance since giving birth to baby Archie. Upon spotting some unfamiliar diamonds on the Duchess’s wedding band and engagement ring, fans immediately guessed that Meghan Markle’s new ring was Prince Harry’s push present. Given that this was Meghan’s first public appearance since becoming a mom, this event would be a fitting time to debut the gift — and fans seem particularly thrilled with Harry’s choice.

The ring in question is a pavé-set diamond ring with an eternity band, which Meghan has stacked on the third finger of her left hand. Eternity rings, a fan notes on Twitter, are “given to celebrate the birth of a first child or a big anniversary. In Meghan’s case, it’s both.” Express estimates the cost of such a ring as roughly between $4,000 and $6,500. The outlet also notes that the ring resembles a large citrine ring owned by Kate Middleton and worn to Harry and Meghan’s wedding, which the public had speculated at the time to be a push present from Prince William. It was later revealed that Kate had owned the ring since 2006.

 

Over the past few weeks, British tabloids have pondered what Harry might get Meghan as a push present, with royal jewels coming as the most frequent suggestion. The Sun notes that Kate has reportedly gotten push presents for all three children, though we don’t know the specifics of the one she received after the birth of Prince Louis. After Princess Charlotte’s birth, William gifted her green amethyst and diamond earrings; after Prince George was born, he gave her a “circular pendant inscribed with their firstborn’s full name, George Alexander Louis.”

If Meghan’s new ring is confirmed as Harry’s push present, we’ll hopefully get more details soon (is it engraved? Does it have special meaning for the couple?). Of course, no present really compares to Meghan bringing baby Archie into the world — but a diamond ring like that doesn’t seem like a bad place to start.

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