Princess Eugenie’s engagement ring is reportedly more special compared to Kate Middleton’s engagement ring.

According to Jewels for Me, Princess Eugenie’s engagement ring is a very rare creation, and it is also featuring a special type of sapphire. The unique pink stone at the center of the ring is encircled by diamonds, which makes it looks like a flower.

Even though Princess Eugenie’s engagement ring is not as expensive as Middleton’s engagement ring, the former’s jewelry is believed to be more special because it features a padparadscha sapphire that is characterized by a color that is a mixture of red and yellow. The color combination creates a pink tone.

According to Jewels for Me, the padparadscha is the rarest and the most prized type of sapphire in the world today. Middleton’s engagement ring also features a blue sapphire, but this is believed to be a common version of the stone.

“Padparadscha is a gentle stone with enormous energy that is said to have many positive attributes. It is a stone that represents joy, vital energy, and foresight... It can help the wearer make enormous changes, helping him come close to achieving his life goals,” a spokesperson said.

“It removes the many resistances to change the wearer may have, replacing this resistance with clarity. With this newfound clarity, the wearer can achieve a much-needed calm… This calm helps him understand the root of his problems, allowing for a much-needed change. With this calmness, it is also easier for the wearer to trust himself, which is freeing,” they added.

And according to Sophie Lomax, the head of design at 77 Diamonds, Padparadscha sapphires are typically found in Sri Lanka, and it features a combination of pink and orange.

Princess Eugenie tied the knot with Jack Brooksbank on Oct. 12, 2018. The couple wed at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Rumors are ripe that they will be announcing Princess Eugenie’s pregnancy very soon.

Kate Middleton and Princess Eugenie
Pictured: Camilla Parker Bowles, Kate Middleton and Princess Eugenie stand together on the balcony at Buckingham Palace following the Queen's Birthday parade, 'Trooping the Colour,' in central London on June 15, 2013. Getty Images/Carl Court