Meghan Markle’s Engagement Ring Will Feature Some of Diana’s Diamonds

And Harry designed it himself

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The consensus seems to be that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are on the verge of announcing their engagement. It’s considered so imminent, that London bookies have stopped taking bets on the big announcement.

There’s still plenty we don’t know about the couple’s future though. Like, when exactly will the announcement come? When will the wedding be? Where will the wedding take place? What will the engagement ring look like?

While we still obviously don’t know exactly what the ring looks like, a source did share some very vital information about the special piece of jewelry with Us Weekly. Apparently, Harry designed the ring himself (romantic), but there’s something even more unique about the piece—it will incorporate diamonds from a brooch owned by Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana.

Us Weekly‘s source also claims that the wedding will take place next summer, the engagement will be officially announced in January, and that the actress will move in with Harry right away in his two-bedroom cottage in Nottingham.

“There are no plans for them to live separately. Meghan will move right in,” the source says.

As exciting as all of this is, we really just can’t wait to see the ring—and the brooch it was made from.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US

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