Royal engagement rings are among the most photographed (and most imitated) styles. Every new royal engagement causes hearts to flutter over a new style of ring—and the latest three stone style is no different! We rounded up some of our favorite royal rings, and will show you how to get the look (no tiara required).








3-Stone Silhouette

The newest royal engagement ring is a three-stone style with a Cushion cut center and two Round cut side stones. While a traditional style has three Round cut stones, we love how this design mixes up the silhouette with a more unusual cut.

Get the look: Three Stone Accented Round | Mystery Lady | Rhapsody








Sapphire Center Stone

Perhaps the most famous royal ring of all belonged first to Princess Diana, and now graces the finger of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. An Oval cut sapphire center stone surrounded by a starburst-like halo has become a classic engagement look, but you can make it your own by choosing a different shape or halo style.

Get the look: East of Eden | Lady of Kensington








Emerald Cut Elegance

When Grace Kelly became Princess Grace, her engagement ring became an instant classic. The simple Emerald cut center stone flanked by two baguette cut accents is still popular today, for its elegant style and timelessness. Choose a different center stone shape to personalize this look.

Get the look: Endless Days Emerald Cut | Endless Days Marquise Cut | Endless Days Radiant Cut








Emerald Cut Elegance

The Queen of England’s ring features a center stone with a cluster of accent stones on either side. She was given the tasteful ring in 1946 and has worn it ever since. (Fun fact: The Queen’s wedding band is made of Welsh gold, which is traditional for the royal family.)

Get the look: Embraceable You | Fifth Avenue | French Quarter Round Cut | Westminster Abbey | Casey Princess Cut








Which royal style inspires you?