It is one of the most iconic engagement rings in the world - but you can now get your hands on an almost identical version of Kate Middleton’s stunning piece of jewellery for a much more reasonable price.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, was given the sapphire piece, believed to be worth £300,000, by Prince William, 37, when he proposed in Kenya in October 2010.
Kate, then aged 28, debuted the ring - which previously belonged to Princess Diana - at their engagement announcement the following month.
The mum-of-three still regularly wears the piece, which features 14 solitaire diamonds and a setting consisting of 18-carat white gold.
Now, Marks and Spencer has unveiled a £19.50 ring which looks remarkably similar.
The realistic ‘dupe’ has a blue circular gem surrounded by faux diamonds and platinum plating.
Shoppers can purchase it in three sizes - small, medium and large.
The ‘Platinum Plated Baguette Regal Ring’ is available to order on the British chain’s website.
It has already received a number of positive online reviews.
One person wrote: “Lovely looking ring, well made and it fits well.”
Another commented: “Perfect for parties etc looks lovely and great quality.”
A third shared: “This ring is lovely. Sparkles and is a wow when worn.”
And a fourth added: “I'm really pleased with my purchase. The ring is beautiful and looks very authentic.
“I wore it to work the other day with a navy dress and got lots of compliments. Well done M&S! More like this please.”
Following his proposal to Kate, the Duke of Cambridge revealed he chose the ring as a way of “making sure my mother didn't miss out on today and the excitement".
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Platinum Plated Baguette Regal Ring by M&S | £19.50 | Shop here
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