October 16, 2018

Princess Eugenie has a one-of-a-kind engagement ring and no other bride will have the same

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For their wedding on Friday, Jack Brooksbank presented his bride, Princess Eugenie with a Welsh gold ring. The ring was made from a piece of Welsh gold which was a gift from the Queen.

However, Eugenie received a very rare engagement ring from her then-boyfriend. She got a padparadscha sapphire ring.

In January, Princess Eugenie announced her engagement to boyfriend Jack Brooksbank. In a rare interview, she showed off her engagement ring in a series of portraits taken at Buckingham Palace.

Brooksbank revealed at the time:

"I went and found an amazing padparadscha sapphire but then didn't want to do anything until Eugenie had signed off on it.”

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The ring features an oval, coral-colored padparadscha sapphire surrounded by 12 diamonds set on a yellow gold band.

The ring looks quite a bit like Eugenie's mother's engagement ring. Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson’s engagement ring featured a Burmese ruby surrounded by diamonds.

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Her ex-husband and Eugenie’s father, Prince Andrew designed it himself. Reports say that padparadscha sapphires are one of the rarest forms of sapphires.

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No other bride will ever be able to have the same one. Its name was derived from an ancient Sanskrit word used to describe the color of a tropical lotus flower.

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The sapphires vary in color from pink to orange. They are mainly found in Sri Lanka, Tanzania, and Madagascar and only a few people know about them.

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Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank released four official portraits from their Royal wedding on Friday. They chose Alex Bramall as their photographer.

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His previous work included photographing Eugenie for a 2016 article in “Harper’s Bazaar.” Bramall’s other work has appeared in “Vogue” and “Vanity Fair.”

Speaking about capturing the newlywed’s images, the photographer said:

“It is an honor and a privilege to be invited to photograph Princess Eugenie and Jack on this most special of days.”

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