Meghan Markle Was Seen Wearing A Ring From A Montreal Brand & It Costs More Than Your Rent

She may have stepped down, but she's still fashion royalty.
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Meghan Markle Was Seen Wearing A Ring From A Montreal Brand & It Costs More Than Your Rent

Ever wonder how much a member of the royal family's jewelry costs? Well, Meghan Markle was caught wearing a ring from Ecksand, a Montreal-based company — so we were able to find out.

This majestic pink ring comes from the Mosaic Collection and boasts a gorgeous pink sapphire that is sure to be a show-stopper. Plus, the diamond pavé on the yellow gold band keeps it classy and fabulous.

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The price can range from CAD$1,522 to $2,095.

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Not bad for a royal ring, eh?

Meghan, who once called Canada home, has been known to rock a frock or a... rock from the people who once welcomed her with open arms. 

The duke and duchess have been making headlines since officially stepping down as senior members of the royal family.

All eyes have been on them to see what they're going to say and what their next steps may be.

But for us, all we see is Montreal-pride and Montreal-fashion on one of the most stylish royals we've ever seen.

This article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.

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