“I always say that the river flows well to it’s [sic] destiny because of the guidance of a solid rock,” Fergie wrote on the last photo she shared of the happy couple (as of yet! I always say that the river flows well to it’s destiny because of the guidance of a solid rock #engagement #eugieandjack @The Duke Of York @The Duke Of York pic.twitter.com/hv Cnn Ow Zpo — Sarah Ferguson (@Sarah The Duchess) January 22, 2018 After a few hours break, Fergie took to Twitter to share another image, this one of Eugenie and Jack laughing with the words “They make laughter and we feel the joy.. Jack and Eugie, so proud of you” printed on the image.
And then she posted another, this time thanking people “for your message and for sharing all our happiness with them and you.” The message of thanks was written in a scripted font over a photo of what appears to be Eugenie sitting on Jack’s shoulders.
Eugenie's hand covers Jack's, where she shows off her new rock.
If you look closely, you'll notice the ring's design, which looks quite similar to mom Sarah Ferguson's engagement ring.
Photo of Eugenie's ring (Getty)While her mom's ring, which was given to her when Prince Andrew proposed in 1986, was set with a pink Burma stone, Eugenie's ring features a salmon-hued gem.
Both rings are surrounded by a halo of diamonds and are set on a gold band.
Prince Andrew, youngest son of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, proposed to Sarah Ferguson in 1986 with a ring by the same designer as Princess Diana's ring.
(Photo by Jonathan Brady/PA Images via Getty Images)Britain's Princess Eugenie of York (L), displays her engagement ring containing a padparadscha sapphire surrounded by diamonds, as she poses with her fiance Jack Brooksbank in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace in London on January 22, 2018, after the announcement of their engagement.
(Photo by Jonathan Brady/PA Images via Getty Images) The shots, taken at Buckingham Palace, showed the two lovebirds smiling side-by-side, holding hands.
The two had reportedly known each other since they were young children but divorced in 1996.
The Duke proposed with an unusual ring -- an oval Burmese ruby flanked by ten diamonds arranged in a floral shape. Ferguson's ring reportedly set the trend for ruby engagement rings throughout Britain.