Pretty much from the day the world learned they were dating, rumors about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle getting engaged have been circulating non-stop.
As far as we know, it hasn't happened yet, but the Royals are a secretive bunch, so it's possible that these two have been low-key planning a wedding for months.
Maybe Harry proposed in Africa while the couple was celebrating Meghan's birthday on safari last month.
Maybe he popped the question on her final day of filming Suits last week.
Hell, maybe he slipped the ring in her Bloomin' Onion during lunch at the Outback in Glendale.
Okay, that last one probably didn't happen.
Anyway, it's also possible that Harry has not proposed yet, and there's been no official announcement for the simple reason that he and Meghan aren't engaged.
As we said, there's, like, 007-level secrecy surrounding this relationship.
Those Brits know how to keep things on the DL.
So it may be quite some time before we find out whether or not Harry and Meghan are engaged, but there's little doubt that Meghan will be sporting a ring on her commitment finger sometime in the next few months.
And now, it seems we have an idea of what that ring will look like.
According to UK tabloid The Telegraph, Harry plans to propose using repurposed diamonds and emeralds that belonged to his mother.
Apparently, Princess Di was particularly fond of a set of jewels that belonged to Queen Mary, and she often wore them as either a necklace or tiara.
Now, those same stones will enjoy a second life on Meg's left hand.
Of course, according to London's leading psychic crackpots, Diana doesn't approve of Meghan, so running the late princess' jewels might result a vigorous haunting.
We're sure Meg will be thrilled when Harry inevitably proposes, but she should definitely keep an eye out for the classic signs of a disgruntled specter.
We're talking blood running down the walls, getting awakened in the night by ghostly cackling, and of course, the old "ring finger turning green and rotting off" routine.
And it's important to bear in mind that Di's isn't the only pissed-off apparition Meg might need to contend with.
She'll be spending a lot of time in creepy castles and the spirits of all those centuries-old Brits are gonna be supes jealous of her impeccable American dental work.