Zara H
November 30, 2017 10:18 am

If you’ve found yourself fantasizing about what it must be like to be Meghan Markle right now…well, you’re not alone.

The fascination with the Suits actress — who, in case you’ve been living under a rock, just got engaged to Prince Harry — is sky high. And if you’ve found yourself wishing you could try on Meghan’s stunning engagement ring? Well, as Us Weekly discovered, there’s a handy tool that allows us mere mortals to slip Meghan’s bling onto our own fingers.

This is available via a site called Diamond Hedge, which uses an augmented reality program to slip Meghan’s ring into a photo of a user’s hand. Pretty cool, right?

Here’s how it works: you just add a photo of your left hand to the site, then select the setting you’d like to virtually try on. Prince Harry designed the ring, which features a triple-diamond setting — and lucky for you, we have some more details on the sparkler.

Celebrity jeweler George Khalife told USA Today that Markle’s ring appears to be a 2.5-3 carat cushion cut diamond, with two smaller stones flanking the largest diamond.

Here’s what it looks like when you try on Meghan’s ring:

I selected the 2.75 carat stone, a cushion cut-shape, and a yellow gold 3-stone setting to get as close to Markle’s ring as possible.

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If you want to try this at home, it’s literally that simple.

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Oh, and if you’d rather get an actual ring on your finger, you’re in a luck: we managed to hunt down a super affordable dupe for the real deal.

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Will you be trying the royal ring on for size? It’s a fun little experiment if you want a tiny taste of what it must be like to be Prince Harry’s fiancé.