The Monégasque royals are famed for his or her beautiful jewelry, and Princess Grace of Monaco’s huge engagement ring is the stuff of jewelry legend. So it was solely becoming that Prince Albert of Monaco chosen a shocking ring for his future spouse Charlene Wittstock in 2010.

Princess Charlene of Monaco’s stunning engagement ring includes a pear-cut diamond nestled between clusters of additional glistening stones.

Pear-cut diamonds, often known as teardrop or pendeloque cuts, are famed for his or her timeless qualities.

And as many would count on for a royal bride-to-be, the ring Albert chosen for Charlene is considered value a staggering sum.

The ring’s distinctive worth could also be one of many explanation why Charlene repeatedly opts to not put on it.

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Princess Charlene has been pictured on a number of events with out her beautiful rock over time, typically choosing a pearl ring or no ring in any respect.

Jeremy Hinds, Sales Director of jewelry consultants F. Hinds, mentioned: “Princess Charlene of Monaco’s bespoke piece has been rumoured to have been designed by jeweller Repossi back in 2010.

“The impressive three-carat, pear-cut diamond is edged by a collection of smaller diamonds in two triangle arrangements either side of the centre stone.

“Despite the stunning elegance of the design, Princess Charlene is rarely seen wearing the piece in public, perhaps wanting to protect the estimated £55,000 value of the ring.”

But within the movie High Society, Grace was filmed sporting her second engagement ring, an unlimited diamond quantity.

The ring featured a ten.5-carat emerald-cut diamond, complemented by the addition of a baguette diamond on both facet.

Made by Cartier, consultants estimate the ring might be value greater than £30million at present within the unlikely occasion Monaco’s royal household ever parted with it.

The ring stays within the possession of the House of Grimaldi since Grace’s dying in 1982.