LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: The Duke of Sussex makes a speech as Sentebale held an event on January 19, 2020, hosted by Mr & Mrs Caring on behalf of The Caring Foundation, to raise funds for Sentebale’s vital work supporting young people affected by HIV in southern Africa, in London, United Kingdom. The event was attended by Sentebale’s Co-Founding Patron, The Duke of Sussex, The Caring Foundation’s founders Richard and Patricia Caring amongst friends old and new of the charity and foundation. Guests were entertained by a performance from international chart-topping artist, Lewis Capaldi. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images for Sentebale)

Luxury jeweller Pragnell has vowed to support Sentebale, a charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana. 

Supporting both the charity’s life-changing work and the Botswanan diamond industry as a whole, Pragnell created a one-of-a-kind, three-stone ‘Kingdom’ ring, featuring a 2.07 carat Botswanan diamond, which was fully traced and certified from rough to ring.

Handcrafted in 18ct gold, with the central stone flanked by two baguette-cut diamonds perfectly matched in size and quality, the unique piece was auctioned in London on January 19 2020, with all proceeds going to Sentebale.


This piece was auctioned in London, with all proceeds going to the charity.

Adding to its support of the charity, Pragnell has pledged to donate 5% of the revenue from the sale of all future ‘Kingdom’ rings to Sentebale.

Botswana’s diamond wealth plays a part in Prince Harry’s mission. The Diamond Empowerment Fund, a global non-profit organisation whose mission is to empower people in diamond-producing countries around the world, works with Sentebale to help transform the lives of young people living with HIV.

Sentebale supports the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana. Their programmes of education and care provide the tools and knowledge this vulnerable generation needs to live long, happy, healthy lives in future.

IMAGE CREDIT: Main photo provided by Pragnell in press release