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Does Suki Waterhouse’s Toi Et Moi Ring Mean She Is Engaged?

She was spotted with Robert Pattinson in London wearing a ring on her left hand.




IS SUKI WATERHOUSE engaged? That’s the question being asked by multiple news publications after the actress/musician, best-known in the U.S. for her role in the hit limited series Daisy & the Six, was spotted wearing a distinctive ring. She and Robert Pattinson, of Twilight fame, have been together for five years and have a baby on the way.

The ring seems to be a modern version of the toi et moi (you and me in French), which first saw popularity dating back to the 17th century and has appeared again as a popular style among celebrities over the past two years. The ring that Waterhouse wore featured a princess cut and pear shape and represented two people coming together as one. The toi et moi has been one of the most romantic ring styles throughout history and has caught the attention of many international independent designers who are interpreting it with their own sensibilities.

One of the first toi et moi rings noted in history was the one that Napoleon Bonaparte offered to his first wife, Josephine de Beauharnais, which was a delicate gold band holding a pear=shaped sapphire and antique pear-shaped diamond, with the pear shapes imitating two hearts.

But back to Waterhouse and Pattinson. While it hasn’t been confirmed yet, wherever you read the story, the reporters are pretty sure that Waterhouse wearing the beauty on her left hand ring finger implies the couple’s engagement.

We will have to wait and see to make sure, but we wish the soon-to-be parents health and happiness as they start their new family and possibly celebrate their engagement.

We will update this post when we know for sure.

In the meantime, I am a big fan of toi-et-moi antique rings, and this modern version happens to be a beauty!



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