Princess Margaret, Princess Beatrice and Grace Kelly’s engagement rings also yield huge search numbers every year.
Kate’s 12-carat blue sapphire and diamond ring has been voted the most popular ring, just ahead of Meghan Markle’s trilogy ring.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s ring famously belonged to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana.
The Duchess of Sussex’s ring fetches around 31,200 searches per year – five times more than the average yearly search for other royal rings, excluding Kate’s.
Meghan’s is a six-carat, cushion-cut trilogy ring designed by Prince Harry himself and reportedly costing around £100,000. It features a diamond from Botswana and two smaller diamonds from Princess Diana’s own collection.
To mark Valentine’s Day, creative resource Design Bundles analysed and listed the country’s 25 most popular royal engagement rings.
According to Design Bundle, these are the top 10 most popular royal engagement rings in the UK:
Kate’s ring comes in at number one with an average of 32,400 yearly searches.
Meghan’s ring is in second place with an estimated 1,200 searches less than Kate’s ring at 31,200 searches.
Queen Elizabeth II’s ring features a three-carat round cut diamond and pulls in 4,200 searches per year. The centre diamond was an heirloom taken…