If you love Kate Middleton's engagement ring, you'll love Disney’s new Enchanted Fine Jewellery collection....
Each ring is inspired by a different Disney princess, from classic characters like Cinderella and Aurora to newer additions like Tiana and Elsa.
The rings are made from yellow, white and rose gold inlaid with a glittering assortment of diamonds, amethysts, topaz, tanzanite, morganite, citrine and pearls.
They start at a budget-friendly £299 and top out at a more investment-worthy £2,299 – but you’re worth it, right?
It looks like Disney’s designers might have been inspired by some real life princesses, too. With its striking blue stone surrounded by a halo of diamonds, the diamond and topaz Cinderella ring bears more than a passing resemblance to the diamond and sapphire engagement ring Prince William gave to Kate Middleton when he proposed back in 2010.
Kate’s ring, which belonged to William’s mother Princess Diana, is thought to be worth around £300,000, but savvy shoppers can snap up this white gold lookalike for just £1,999 from H.Samuel.
Then there’s the diamond and morganite Aurora style, inspired by Sleeping Beauty, which looks just like Princess Eugenie’s padparadscha sapphire engagement ring.
Made from 9-carat white gold, it features a round morganite stone surrounded by diamond and 9-carat rose gold accents which form a crown shape. One of the pricier pieces in the range, the Aurora ring costs £2,229. It’s a bargain next to Eugenie’s though, which is thought to be worth around £100,000.
If you’re after something a bit more traditional, you’ll love the Merida ring. Inspired by the Brave heroine, its 9-carat white gold band is topped with an elegant pear diamond, which is surrounded by a sparkling halo of smaller diamonds and accented with yet more diamonds on the shoulders. The £1,999 ring also has a stunning gallery set with yellow gold and diamond details.
Well if you ask us, every woman deserves to feel like a princess – and not just on her wedding day!