"When I look at Meghan Markle's ring, obviously there's the difference in shapes, a cushion, and then two rounds. You get a nice contrast. The other thing that sticks out to me is that the side stones are not small."
"Some [customers] say, 'I love Meghan Markle's ring,' but once we start looking at it, [the customer] might want a ratio [of different diamonds], because when I look at [Meghan's ring], the side stones were designed with intention. They're not tiny flairs. The focus is on the center stone, but [Princess Diana's] stones are still very prominent. [Prince Harry] chose stones that were not itty-bitty, so to me, that's a symbol. He did something very different from his brother, who just gave [Kate] his mother's ring. You can't miss Princess Diana when you look at [Meghan's ring]. There's a story here. His mom is very much a part of who he is."