Tag: Gold

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engaged?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engaged?

Prince Harry, Royality
Meghan Markle wears gold diamond ring gifted by Prince Harry - are they engaged? Markle takes off the ring during shooting her scenes on Suits sets. Are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engaged? The Suits star was spotted wearing a gold diamond ring, which is said to be a gift from her royal beau. According to Daily Mail, the gold band is not an engagement ring as she was seen wearing it on her thumb rather than her ring finger. The 36-year-old actress reportedly takes off the ring during filming scenes on the sets of the hit television series Suits, wherein she plays the role of Rachel Zane, her high-achieving paralegal alter ego. "It's a gold band and Harry gave it to her about six weeks ago," a source on the Toronto set told The Mail on Sunday last night. "She's happily t...
A GIANT gold coin worth £2.7MILLION with the Queen’s head on it has been stolen from a Berlin museum

A GIANT gold coin worth £2.7MILLION with the Queen’s head on it has been stolen from a Berlin museum

Queen Elizabeth II, Royality
Massive £100kg gold coin worth £2.7MILLION STOLEN from Berlin museum in overnight heist A GIANT gold coin worth £2.7MILLION with the Queen's head on it has been stolen from a Berlin museum. Thieves broke in to the Bode Museum in Germany's capital in the early hours of the morning and made off with the 100 kilogram "Big Maple Leaf" coin. The Canadian coin, measuring 53cm in diameter and 3cm thick, is made out of pure gold and bears the image of Queen Elizabeth II on one side and a maple leaf on the other. Its face value is CA$1m but its material value is estimated to be about four and a half times higher, making it worth CA$4.5 (£3.5m). The museum's website said the coin was issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2007 and it was featured in the Guinness Book of Records for its "unmatch
A collection of rare Indian objects belonging to the Royal Collection are being shown in Bradford and Leicester

A collection of rare Indian objects belonging to the Royal Collection are being shown in Bradford and Leicester

Royality
A collection of rare Indian objects belonging to the Royal Collection are being shown in Bradford and Leicester. The items were presented to Edward, Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VII, during his Indian tour of 1875-6. The four-month tour, which included modern-day India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Nepal, came after the proclamation of Queen Victoria as Empress of India. The story of the tour is told through paintings, photographs and art works given to the prince. He travelled 7,600 miles (12,231km) by land and 2,300 miles (3,701km) by sea and met over 90 rulers of the different regions he visited. On his return from the four-month tour he arranged for the items to go on public display across Britain. Splendours of the Subcontinent: A Prince's Tour of...