Clotilde, Princess of Venice and Piedmont
Queen Soraya of IranPrincess Grace's ring. They divorced and she took the title of princess instead of queen; when she died, the ring was included in the auction of her possessions.
Princess Nathalie of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg
Victoria, Countess Spencersimilar one as a wedding present from her half-sister.
Sophie, Hereditary Princess of Liechtenstein
Empress Joséphine of France
And that's it! Here are the previous entries:
We've seen different traditions and different ways of looking at engagement rings as we've gone through the series. Some of these ladies wear their engagement rings permanently, while a good percentage switch things up or go without. (And part of the point of this is to say: no, it often doesn't mean that anything is wrong with a marriage just because the ring is gone.) We've also seen a lot of different designs, from small to huge and basic to complicated, and now I'm curious to know:
What's your all-time favorite royal engagement ring?
Photos: Maison de Grisogono/Corbis/BilledBladet/ANP