This is why Katy Perry's new engagement ring looks so familiar

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom got engaged on Valentine's Day, aww! Her ring is pretty spectacular, but have we seen it somewhere before?

Katy Perry have been going out on and off for about three years now, but yesterday they decided it's time to settle down. Katy's mom broke the news on Facebook with a real mammy post with not-very-good candid pics and the caption, 'look who got engaged on Valentine's Day!' Cute, though.

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Nobody knows (well, presumably Katy and Orlando know) if Orlando presented the ring or if it was a couple effort, but it has to be said, it's very Katy. Let's take a closer look.

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Katy's engagement ring


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full bloom

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She captioned her Insta post with the adorable title, 'full bloom', - because her husband-to-be's name is Bloom! And the ring kind of has a flower vibe to it, right? Orlando posted the same pic and captioned it, 'Lifetimes', whatever t f that means. Anyway, it's happy news. We wonder if some naked sea canoeing will be planned for the honeymoon?

Oh, yes. Why does it look familiar? Well as Marie Claire point out, it bears a striking resemblance to Princess Eugenie's engagement ring from her now husband Jack Brooksbank. Remember that wedding?

What do you think?

Eugenie's engagement ring


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Photo 1/2 : ?A close up of Princess Eugenie's wedding ring The pink, two-carat padparadscha sapphire is surrounded by a halo of diamonds and finished with two 1.5 carat pear-shaped diamonds at the shoulders of the yellow gold band shank. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The padparadscha sapphire is one of the rarest sapphires in the world. The word padparadscha comes from a Sinhalese word for “aquatic lotus blossom”, and is known for its pinkish hue. "Named after the colour of a Lotus blossom, the pinkish-orange glow of these stones are hypnotising." ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The rare stone is usually found in Sri Lanka, but can also come from Madagascar and Tanzania. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ??SWIPE RIGHT FOR PRINCESS EUGENIE'S RING INSPIRATION Photo 2/2: Princess Eugenie's Mother's Engagement Ring ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The ring, which resembles a flower, is believed to have been inspired by Eugenie's mother, the Duchess of York's own engagement ring. Sarah Ferguson's engagement ring was a Burmese ruby stone surrounded by diamonds, is uncannily similar to her daughter's in style and colour. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Does it remind you of any other royal's ring? Maybe in a different darker colour of a similar gemstone? . . . #septembersapphire #pinksapphirering #pinksapphire #royalring #engagementring #weddingrings #sapphirering #sapphirestone #estatejewellery #weddingjewellery #royalwedding #Royalwedding2 #PrincessEugenie #DuchessofYork #Britishroyalfamily #royalty #royaljewellery #royaljewels #princesseugeniering #padparadscha #sapphire #pinkishorange #gemstone #gemstonejewelry #gemstonering #royalengagementring #showmeyourrings #ringspiration

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We never thought we'd say it, but we're really loving pink right now, in rings or otherwise. What do you think?

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