Sparkle like Markle! 3D printer creates EXACT replica of Meghan's ring within hours of her engagement news - and the £124 style is already a bestseller

  • Prince Harry proposed to Meghan Markle with a three-stone diamond ring
  • The stunning bespoke creation is estimated to be worth up to £200,000
  • But a Canadian retailer used a 3D printer to create an exact replica worth £124?
  • The style is already a bestseller as couples look to emulate Harry and Meghan

With news of the royal engagement making headlines around the world, it is perhaps of little wonder people are already taking inspiration from Meghan Markle's ring when it comes to popping the question themselves.

But those hoping to buy a three-stone diamond sparkler like the one sported by the royal bride-to-be will have to have more than a little spare change, with experts estimating it could be worth up to £200,000.

Fortunately one quick-thinking Canadian jeweller has used a 3D printer to create a far more affordable alternative that was released just hours after news of the royal engagement broke - and the £124 style is already a best-seller.

Inspiration: Prince Harry proposed to Meghan Markle with a stunning three-stone diamond ring. Within hours a Canadian retailer had used a 3D printer to create a cut-price version

Inspiration: Prince Harry proposed to Meghan Markle with a stunning three-stone diamond ring. Within hours a Canadian retailer had used a 3D printer to create a cut-price version

Industry experts are estimating that the royal ring (pictured) costs anything between £25,000 and £200,000.

Lookalike: The Duchess (pictured left) is just a slice of the price that Harry spent on Meghan's ring with prices starting at £124. Experts estimate the real ring, right, cost up to £200,000

Canadian online retailer Jewlr has revealed that their version of the iconic piece, dubbed 'The Duchess', has quickly become it's best-selling engagement ring style since it went on sale on Monday.

Since the happy couple's reveal, the look-a-like is outselling other rings on the website by up to 15 per cent and searches for other 'three-stone rings' on the website have risen by 220 per cent since the engagement.??

Meghan's ring was designed with precision by Prince Harry himself. The diamond in the middle was sourced from, Botswana - a place of personal significance to the couple.??

Personal connection: Meghan's engagement ring, pictured, was designed by Prince Harry?

Personal connection: Meghan's engagement ring, pictured, was designed by Prince Harry?

Dazzling: The central diamond was sourced from Botswana - a place of personal significance

Dazzling: The central diamond was sourced from Botswana - a place of personal significance

The other two diamonds on either side of the stone belonged to Harry's mother, Princess Diana.?

Design inspiration?

Meghan's ring was designed with precision by Prince Harry himself. The diamond in the middle was sourced from Botswana - a place of personal significance to the couple.

The other two diamonds on either side of the stone belonged to Harry's mother, Princess Diana.?

Meanwhile Harry revealed in an interview with fiancee that he had the stones mounted on a yellow gold band because it is Meghan's 'favourite'.?

Industry experts are estimating that the royal ring costs anything between £25,000 and £200,000.?

Meanwhile Harry revealed in an interview with fiancee that he had the stones mounted on a yellow gold band because it is Meghan's 'favourite'.?

It isn't the first time that Meghan's taste in jewellery has prompted copycat purchases.

Earlier this year, she was pictured wearing 'H' and 'M' charms around her neck, this caused a spike in sales of initial pendants by 2000 per cent according to the e-tailer.?

Industry experts are estimating that the royal ring costs anything between £25,000 and £200,000.

'The Duchess' is just a slice of the price that Harry spent on Meghan's ring, starting at £124.?

Jewlr founder Tony Davis, said: 'Within minutes of Harry and Meghan's photocall going live, we experienced a huge influx of searches for three-stone rings.?

?Influential: Shoppers rushed to copy Prince Harry and Meghan's engagement style

?Influential: Shoppers rushed to copy Prince Harry and Meghan's engagement style

Make like Meghan in a wrap coat by Line The Label

It's the good news we've all been waiting to hear. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engaged!

The pair posed for a photocall in the gardens of Kensington Palace after announcing that Harry has popped the question, and of course the Meghan looked beautiful in white. We can't wait to see what she'll wear to walk down the aisle, but this chic coat by Line The Label will keep us ticking over until next year!

The belt cinched the brunette beauty's tiny waist while the shawl collar neckline makes for a confident and sophisticated silhouette.

Cream was the perfect color for the bride-to-be but also a glamorous selection for one looking to nail down their winter white ensemble. Neutral hues always seem like the obvious choice thanks to their versatility and you can never go wrong with a plush wool blend for warmth.

Sadly Meghan's exact coat isn't available to buy, but click through to make sure this Canadian brand is on your radar. Or with Meghan in mind, wrap up in one of the lookalike coats we've got lined up for you in the edit below!

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'We already know that Meghan is one of the most influential celebrities for driving our sales in the UK, but it's interesting to see the same effect with a traditional engagement ring.?

Interestingly, we had an equal amount of female customers as male, which could mean a new trend for women buying engagement styles as a fashion accessory.'?

The Duchess which is available in a selection of precious metals, with gemstones both genuine and simulated, was designed to be worn either as an engagement ring or eternity ring.?

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