Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress designer announces emotional news – fans react
Zac Posen, who designed Princess Eugenie’s second royal wedding dress, has announced her engagement to fiancé Harrison Ball – see her one-of-a-kind ring.
Zac Posen is no stranger to weddings, having orchestrated Princess Eugenieis pale pink second wedding dress and took out his own collection of ringsbut he has just announced exciting news: he is engaged!
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The American fashion designer, 41, took to Instagram to share a series of doting photos with his new fiancé, ballet dancer Harrison Ball, and he showed off his very modern ring in the process. “Engaged [ring emoji] 8.8.22 @__harrisonball__,” he wrote in the caption. The latest snap showed a close-up of his left hand, where a platinum band worth around £5,000 (£4.1,000 ) could be seen on her ring finger.
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Jenny Luker, President of Platinum Guild International USAexplained, “Zac’s platinum engagement ring is a great combination of a classic, highly polished band and black diamonds or onyx set in the center of the ring, which adds a very modern and striking touch.
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“As the ring appears to be platinum, it will retain its natural white color and shape, making it an heirloom for generations to come! I would estimate this ring to be around $5,000.”
Zac announced his engagement to Harrison Ball
Celebrity friends and fans took to the comments section to share their congratulations. Misha Nonoo was among the first to write, “So happy for you!”, while Reese Witherspoon added, “Congratulations!!” and Ashley Graham remarked, “This couple!!!! Congratulations!!!!”
Zac’s news comes just months after releasing his latest “inclusive” wedding ring collection with Blue Nile, which he Told Brides was “purposely designed to represent love, regardless of gender”.
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Platinum and black diamond ring, £1,950, Beaverbrooks
He added: “Engagement rings and wedding bands are one of the purest and oldest symbols of love and marriage that have passed through traditions and stood the test of time. For this collection it was important for me to create unique and timeless designs that equally celebrate love, unity and marriage for all.”
Zac designed Princess Eugenie’s dusty pink wedding dress
Although options include pavé bands in white or yellow gold, none of them appear to be similar to Zac’s ring. However, if you are inspired by its unique band, you can achieve the same glow platinum style for £1,222or a similar platinum ring with black diamonds for £1,950.
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