The Daily Telegraph - Telegraph Magazine - - With This Ring -

THE ARCH­BISHOP OF CAN­TER­BURY de­scribed the giv­ing of the rings as a rit­ual sym­bol of ‘unend­ing love and faith­ful­ness’. Af­ter the cou­ple had ex­changed their vows, Prince Harry placed a gold band on Ms Markle’s fin­ger. The ring is made from Welsh gold, a tra­di­tion started by the late Queen El­iz­a­beth the Queen Mother when she got mar­ried in 1923. Harry will be wear­ing a wed­ding ring (his is made of plat­inum), un­like the Duke of Cam­bridge and the Duke of Ed­in­burgh, nei­ther of whom wear one. The Prince of Wales wears a signet ring.

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