It’s hard to disregard the sheer size our favourite royal women’s diamond engagement rings. We obviously all recognise Kate Middleton’s ring, the azure encircled by diamonds that belonged to Princess Diana, in addition to Meghan Markle’s diamond engagement ring, featuring a main ethical gemstone from Bostwana, between two smaller sized diamonds that have been also a part of Diana’s collection.
So it’s pretty noticeable once they don’t put on them, which does from time to time happen, but take it easy, there’s usually a good cause of it.
Both Princess Diana and Meghan Markle stopped putting on their diamond engagement rings throughout their pregnancies, likely because of swelling within their fingers, which would’ve made putting on them uncomfortable.
Kate also used her ring less throughout the pandemic, particularly when visiting schools or children’s hospitals. It was because of safety and health, first of all as jewellery can transport germs, next to ensure that her large ring wouldn’t get caught in anything.
It is also thought she didn’t put on it much in your own home, as she washed her hands so frequently that they didn’t want the ring to obstruct.
It will sometimes rely on the character from the engagement they’re attending. Although visiting Nigeria in 2019, the Duchess of Sussex opted to depart her ring in your own home, to appear more approachable during her meets-and-greets using the public in poverty-stricken areas.
That’s it, don’t believe any headlines claiming marital issues when royals don’t put on their rings.