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Zendaya was spotted wearing a ring with Tom Holland’s initials


Zendaya has been wearing a very special piece of jewelry lately. Before you get too excited, it’s not a diamond, although it looks just as important as a sparkler on This finger.

Fans noticed Euphoria the star’s new gold signet ring in a recent photo of her manicure. The emerald green square-shaped nails are gorgeous, of course, but it’s the ring that really grabs our attention since it’s engraved with two very important initials: “T” and “H”, as in Tom Holland, his boyfriend and Spider Man costar. Z wore the circular signet ring on his middle finger, not his ring finger, but the sentiment is just as significant. Signet rings were traditionally engraved with a family crest or personal crest to seal documents, but have since become more of an heirloom piece or sentimental reminder of a significant life event or keepsake of someone. that you like.

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Zendaya and Tom keep a relatively low profile despite their mega-stardom; Sure, they’re occasionally pictured on dates together, but they don’t hit red carpets as a couple and rarely share photos of each other on social media. Zendaya gave a shout out to Tom after winning her Emmy, publicly calling him her boyfriend for the very first time, and Tom commented on a photo of his partner with a series of heart-eye emojis.

The signet ring is a sweet and timeless shout out to Tom and clearly means a lot to Zendaya. The subtle nod to their relationship is very typical of the couple, who value (and deserve) their intimacy. Maybe one day Z will wear a different type of ring alongside his “TH” signet ring, but Tom and Zendaya have it their own way, so we’ll have to keep a close eye on their jewelry going forward.

In the meantime, if you want to dedicate your own signet ring to someone special, there are plenty of options on the market:

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.