Prince Harry Will Reportedly Use Mom Diana's Tiara to Create Meghan's Engagement Ring

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What gal wouldn't love some gorgeous bling -- especially when it has historic and sentimental value? Using gems from his mother Princess Diana's tiara, Prince Harry is supposedly having a one-of-a-kind engagement ring created for his girlfriend, Meghan Markle. 


The Daily Star reports that Harry wants to use his late mum's emeralds, which graced a headband she donned while visiting Australia in 1988, to put together the perfect ring for his beloved.  

Wow, we suppose it's only fair, right? When Prince William proposed, he gave Kate Middleton their mother's engagement ring. By now we're all well acquainted with the Duchess of Cambridge's stunningly brilliant blue bauble, which consists of 14 solitaire diamonds surrounding a 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire set in 18-karat white gold. Not too shabby, right? A gal could do worse! 

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Reportedly, the always-stylish Meghan Markle favors the emerald, so Harry is supposedly working with a jewelery designer to create something that will sweep the Suits star off her feet. 

We're pretty sure that most ladies would be thrilled to accept a ring from a Cracker Jack box if it meant a future with the handsome prince. 

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But, of course, an emerald sounds pretty darn good too -- especially when it has such an important connection attached to it. 

"For Harry, like Wills before him, using his mother's gems means the two loves of his life will forever be linked," the source told the Daily Star.

If speculation is correct, Harry and his jeweler better get busy! Friends believe the prince will pop the question before Markle turns 36 in August. We can't wait to get a gander at this royal rock!

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