Keeping up with the Royals: Why Kate Middleton wears 3 rings

Keeping up with the Royals: Why Kate Middleton wears 3 rings

- Many have noticed that Kate Middleton wears three rings on her wedding finger

- Each ring represents a significant moment in her life and she wears them to follow Royal tradition

- One of the rings is an eternity ring to celebrate the birth of her first child

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Kate Middleton wears three rings from Prince William on her wedding finger and she has very interesting reasons why.

Kate Middleton married Prince William nine years ago. The Duchess of Cambridge is often seen wearing three rings on her wedding finger. There is a very good reason behind this, according to a jewellery expert.

Keeping up with the Royals: Why Kate Middleton wears 3 rings

Keeping up with the Royals: Why Kate Middleton wears 3 rings
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When Kate and Prince William got engaged, she received the sapphire engagement ring that once belonged to Princess Diana. The stunning piece is worth £300k.

According to Express.co.uk, the ring has a 12-carat oval sapphire set in 18-carat white gold surrounded by 14 solitaire diamonds.

On her wedding day, the 38-year-old was given a wedding band made of Welsh gold - this is in accordance with the Royal tradition. However, many have noticed that the Duchess wears three rings on her wedding finger. It is believed that Prince William gifted her with an eternity ring after the birth of their first child, Prince George.

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It is thought this is an eternity ring gifted by Prince William when their first child, Prince George, was born. Eternity rings are used to mark special milestones in relationships.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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