Meghan Markle has worn a number of shoppable looks since becoming the duchess of Sussex. But there’s one item even the most royal-obsessed can’t get their hands on through official avenues: an exact copy of her engagement ring. Cleave and Company, the London-based company that made Markle’s ring, announced last winter that it wouldn’t make official replicas of of the diamond piece. But the Buckingham Palace gift shop is now selling the next best thing.
This week the Royal Collection, which operates the official gift shop of Buckingham Palace, released a collection of “statement jewelry” online, which includes a ring that is reminiscent of Markle’s engagement ring. And the likeness isn’t coincidental: Per the product description, “the design of this new statement range is inspired by the engagement ring of Meghan Markle.”
Retailing for 30 British pounds (approximately $40 U.S.), the Buckingham Palace Statement Ring is “made of sparkling crystals set on palladium plated metal.” And, yes, the Royal Collection ships worldwide.
Buckingham Palace seems to be merchandising the “Markle Sparkle” for all it’s worth. Along with the Markle-inspired statement ring, the shop is selling coordinating pieces that also site the duchess of Sussex as the design inspiration. Take these earrings, for instance.
This definitely isn’t the first time that replicas of Meghan Markle’s wardrobe have been sold: Shortly after the royal wedding, bridal brands began hawking imitations of the duchess’s wedding gowns by Claire Waight Keller for Givenchy and Stella McCartney. This appears to be a new phenomenon for Buckingham Palace, though—the royal collection currently doesn’t sell pieces “inspired by” Kate Middleton‘s ring (we checked).
If you’re not down with international shipping fees, there are even more dupes of Markle’s engagement ring available on sites like Etsy, Walmart, and Amazon. Here are some of our favorites.
If there’s one thing we can take away from the royal-sanctioned replica, it’s this: Not even Buckingham Palace is immune to the power of the Meghan Markle effect.