In late 2017, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their engagement to the world - which quickly popularised the three-stone engagement ring (as was the one gifted to Markle by her royal husband-to-be). While the now-Duchess of Sussex's ring quickly swelled with brides across the globe, it's actually another engagement ring trend that has taken the 2020 top spot.
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Two-stone engagement rings or 'toi et moi' rings (meaning you and me in French) has surprisingly become the most predicted choice for 2020. While the ring style may feel modern, it's actually a trend that can be dated back to as early as the 1700s - gaining popularity for representing two souls coming together in the unity of marriage.
Napoleon Bonaparte made the particular style famous when he proposed to Josephine de Beauharnais in 1796 with a sapphire and diamond ring. Model Emily Ratajkowski also received a similar design from husband Sebastian Bear-Mcclard, which has undeniably caused a surge in its popularity.