The silver-hollowared Uk has been given to the Queen in honour of her diamond engagement with Prince Harry.
The royal couple made the gift to the village of Maathews in west Sussex on Tuesday.
It is believed the gift was made to mark the occasion of the diamond engagement, which has been the subject of much speculation and speculation.
However, the Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, has maintained that he will not make the gift.
He told the BBC: “I think it is wrong and I think it’s a very bad thing to do and I don’t think it can be seen as honouring the engagement and I have no idea why it is being done.”
The Queen’s diamond engagement The diamond engagement is the second of the Queen to be made in honour at the Queen.
In 2012, she made a diamond ring that was made from the ashes of her wedding ring, which had been stolen during a burglary.
Her ring was one of the items stolen from Buckingham Palace.
However the diamond ring was later recovered and was given to Princess Anne.
The Queen said at the time: “When you think about a diamond and a diamond engagement ring, I think that would be very romantic, I’m not sure if I’m being too romantic but I’m thinking about something that I can wear and it would be beautiful.”
It’s not a silver ring.
“The diamond ring and diamond engagement are the only items of silver to be donated to the royal family, though a second silver- hollowared stone is expected to be brought in the near future.
The diamond engagement was made in the village where Prince Harry was born.