You can buy Kate Middleton’s exact eternity ring right now

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It’s not often we’ll tell you you can get your hands on Kate Middleton’s jewellery because most of it is heirlooms. Eagle-eyed followers of the duchess will know she always wears her wedding ring and sapphire engagement ring but some will also have noticed she dons a sparkly eternity ring too.

Given to her by Prince William after the birth of their first child, Prince George, the fine band is actually a contemporary design that’s available to buy now for £1500. Yep, really - the exact same ring.

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Photo credit: Getty

Designed by London-based jeweller Annoushka, the Eclipse Diamond Eternity Ring is made in 18ct white gold and hand set with 0.23 ct sparkling white diamonds.

It can be worn with engagement and wedding rings a la Kate; worn alone as a simple piece or stacked with other bands or statement rings. It’s a true classic.

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Photo credit: Getty

'Push presents', when a mum is gifted something by her partner after the birth of a child, are a royal tradition and are becoming more and more popular amongst us commoners too. After Princess Charlotte was born, Kate was spotted wearing a pair of mega green amethysts and green tourmaline earrings by jeweller, Kiki McDonough, which were thought to be another push gift. These are also available to buy now for £3700.

It’s a mystery as to what Kate received after Prince Louis’ birth but if the other pressies are anything to go by, we reckon it involved a healthy dose of diamonds.

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