Meghan Markle reportedly owns a collection of jewels worth £1m after marrying Prince Harry
According to Express UK, other items included in Princess Meghan's collection include a £241,000 Cartier bracelet, and a £60,000 set of earrings.
The 36-year-old's engagement ring was personally hand-picked and designed by her prince, 33, and is by far the most unique out of her jewelry collection.
The piece is believed to be around 3 carats, and was sourced in Botswana, where she and the Duke of Sussex went on vacation just a few weeks into their relationship.
Based on Express UK's sources, some pieces that are available in retailers such as a pair of stud earrings made of 18 carat white gold worth £1350 are selling out fast. She also has a symbolic ring worth another £ 1130 which features an infinity symbol made with yellow gold and diamonds.
Days after the Duchess was baptized, Meghan received a £520 diamond cross bracelet from the royal family, which is now a part of her personal collection.
The tiara Meghan wore on her wedding is currently on loan to her. The tiara was made for Queen Mary when she wed in 1932, and features a detachable floral brooch made from ten diamonds. The jewel was passed down to the queen when her grandmother died in 1953. The last person to be seen wearing it before the Duchess of Sussex was Princess Margaret, who wore it in 1965.
Meghan Markle entered the royal family last May 19, when she married Prince Harry. The two now hold the titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and are now residing in Nottingham Cottage as a married couple.