Claire Adler, the founder of Claire Adler Luxury PR, previously spoke to Express.co.uk about Eugenie’s ring.
She said: “Princess Eugenie’s eye-catching engagement ring features a Padparadscha Sapphire surrounded by diamonds on a simple gold band.
“Her ring follows the recent trend of more untraditional engagement rings with colourful gemstones.
“The ring features a flower-like shape known as a cluster ring and coloured stone similar to the engagement ring of Eugenie’s mother Sarah Ferguson,” the expert claimed.
Claire added: “Princess Eugenie’s now-husband Jack Brooksbank probably took inspiration from Sarah Ferguson’s ring.
“In fact, the colours of both rings have deeper meanings. Princess Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank explained that he picked this ring because ‘it changes colour when it hits certain lights, much like Eugenie’.
“However, the rings are not exactly the same, and Princess Eugenie’s ring is a different design from her mother’s,” Claire opined.
She said: “Because of their similar design, both rings have also been compared to Kate Middleton’s ring which belonged to Princess Diana.”
Eugenie’s historic ring is estimated to be worth around the £100,000 mark, due to its rare padparadscha sapphire.
How does Princess Beatrice’s engagement ring differ?
Lorna Haddon, head of diamonds and jewellery at Beaverbrooks told Express.co.uk: “Beatrice’s fiancé Edoardo (now husband) wowed us back in 2019 with this stunning platinum diamond engagement ring, with its large central diamond framed by tapered baguette cut diamonds.
“With similarities to Queen Elizabeth’s ring, a solitaire diamond ring is a classic choice, offering a timeless finish with plenty of dazzling sparkle.
“For added sparkle, the ring also features small pavé diamonds halfway around the band.
“From the images, it’s clear the diamonds are VVS grade, which means they have minuscule inclusions that are difficult even for trained eyes to see under 10x magnification. The diamonds look flawless.”
The diamonds in Princess Beatrice’s ring are ethically sourced stones from Botswana, just like the centre stone in the ring that Prince Harry gave Meghan Markle, which provides them with a unique connection.
Alongside Meghan’s ring, Princess Beatrice had a very similar design to the late Queen Elizabeth II, whose engagement ring also featured a beautiful Art Deco design, flanked by diamond panels.