Princess Eugenie Is Now Engaged, Shows Off Her Sapphire Engagement Ring


Do you enjoy watching royal weddings? As Prince Harry's cousin, Eugenie will be a celebrated guest at his wedding and will likely be taking notes for her own ceremony just a few months later. Buckingham Palace announced the news on Monday, January 22.

Since the announcement, photos of Eugenie's engagement ring have been shared in the couple's official engagement pictures.

The princess' mother was also delighted by the news, taking to her Instagram account nearly immediatley after the news was shared.

The princess, who is eighth in line of succession to the British throne, will marry Brooksbank this autumn at George's Chapel in Windsor.

There'll be a second royal wedding in 2018, with the Duke and Duchess of York announcing their youngest daughter's engagement. They met when Eugenie, now 27, was attending Newcastle University.

Next: When and where she said 'yes'.

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A Buckingham Palace spokesman said Princess Eugenie's grandparents, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, were "very pleased and wish the couple all the best". Princess Eugenie is also tying the knot with Jack Brooksbank. Brooksbank previously managed the club Mahiki, which is frequented by the rich and famous.

Brooksbank, 31, formerly the manager of a London nightclub, is now the United Kingdom brand ambassador of Casamigos, the tequila brand owned by George Clooney, Rande Gerber, who is Cindy Crawford's husband, and Mike Meldman.

Yes, that's right, he picked a magic ring, because it reminds him of his colourful future wife. She is also the patron of several charities.

Shortly after the engagement announcement, the princess and her fiancé gave their first television interview by sitting down with BBC's Matt Baker. While Prince Harry's bride-to-be Meghan Markle wears a traditional diamond-only ring.

When the newly-engaged couple returned from their holiday, they collaborated on the design and made a decision to surround the colour-catching stone in diamonds.