Meghan Markle spotted without engagement ring once again, here's why

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Amidst divorce rumours, Meghan and Harry seem happier than ever, sans their three-stone engagement ring.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are making global headlines with their presence at the Invictus Games. The Invictus Games is an international multi-sport event for wounded and injured servicemen and women, started by the Duke of Sussex, back in 2014.

The royal couple, who are in Dusseldorf at the moment, were seen singing, dancing, and having fun at the event. But, despite all the laughter and games, fans of the young couple couldn’t help but notice one tiny but significant detail about Meghan. And that is her engagement ring, or the lack of it. Here’s all the scoop about Meghan’s ‘missing’ ring and what is happening with the royals at the moment.

The ‘missing’ engagement ring

It was spotted by fans and well-wishers that the special accessory was missing from Meghan’s finger. The ring in question here is the three-stone engagement ring that Prince Harry used to propose to Meghan. Whether at the special party that took place on Tuesday for family and friends or Wednesday’s wheelchair basketball tournament, the ring was nowhere to be seen on Meghan’s fingers.

As per People’s understanding of the jewelry situation, the three-stone engagement ring is currently being serviced because a setting came loose. So hopefully, it will find its way back to Meghan’s fingers soon enough.

More about this ring

This ring was custom-designed by one of late Queen Elizabeth’s regular jewelers. Crafted by Cleave & Company in London, the bespoke jewelry brand’s design stands out in the ring. The custom piece includes a large cushion-cut diamond in the center that was sourced from Botswana.

Botswana is a place that is dear to the young royals as it is where they spent a good amount of time together at the start of their relationship. This Botswana diamond is sandwiched with two smaller diamonds from Princess Diana’s jewelry collection. All in all, there is a ton of emotion and personalization that has gone into crafting this engagement ring, which makes it all the more meaningful.

The talk around the ring

With divorce rumors and speculations around the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the lack of the engagement ring was like fuel to the fire. Some even went to the extent of saying that Prince Harry is buying her a bigger engagement ring, because of Meghan’s alleged greed. But, the couple has shut down all kinds of speculation surrounding the ring.

Whether she’s wearing the ring now or not, Meghan is and has always been in full awe of the engagement ring. In their engagement interview with People, the royal couple said the following about the ring. First Prince Harry said:

“The ring is – is obviously yellow gold because that's what – her favorite and the main stone itself I sourced from Botswana and the – the little diamonds either side are from my mother's jewelry collection to make sure that she's with us on this – on this crazy journey together.”

Then Meghan replied to this by saying:

“It's beautiful, and he designed it, it's incredible.”

To this, Prince Harry responded by saying:

“Yeah, make sure it stays on that finger.”

Meghan talks about the significance of the ring

In conversation with People, as a part of their engagement interview, Meghan was asked what it meant to her to have Princess Diana’s stones on her finger. To this question, she said:

“I think everything about Harry's thoughtfulness is – and the inclusion of that and obviously not being able to meet his mom it's so important to me to – to know that she's a part of this with us. And it's – it's incredibly special.”

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