Royal love stories have captivated generations, representing the dreams, values, and aspirations within each of us to find our true love. Each royal wedding has brought royal engagement rings.

Read on for the significance of the rings exchanged between modern day royals as well as the FANA ring that gives you a chance at an engagement, fit for a King or Queen.

Her Late Majesty Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

Using the tiara that his mother, Princess Alice of Battenburg, gave him, Prince Phillip designed a round cut diamond engagement ring with side stones that Queen Elizabeth reportedly wore everyday from the proposal on.

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Queen Consort Camilla Parker Bowles and King Charles III

The Queen-Consort’s Art Deco styled ring is a stunning emerald-cut diamond with baguette side stones. Her ring is believed to be a family heirloom, previously worn by the Queen Mother, grandmother of King Charles III.

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Catherine, Princess of Wales and William, Prince of Wales

The eldest son of King Charles III and the deceased Princess of Wales, Prince William chose to honor his mother as he moved into the next phase of his life: having a family of his own.

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry

The marriage of former actress and avid activist Meghan Markle to the Prince Harry, the youngest of King Charles III’s sons was filled with the intimate touches of a couple deeply in love, and the engagement ring was no different. Designed by Prince Harry himself and executed by Cleave & Co, he chose three diamonds: a center diamond from the country of Botswana- the location of their first trip together- and two diamonds from his mother’s collection as a way to “make sure she’s with us on this crazy journey together.”

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Princess Eugenie and James Brooksbank

Jack Brooksbank, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter Princess Eugenie, chose the uniquely colored padparadscha sapphire cluster ring, an oval sapphire surrounded by sparkling diamonds.

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