You should be fine, but you do need to put the new one in as scheduled in order to stay protected. It's also more likely that you may experience some breakthrough bleeding/spotting during the next cycle, though that's not a guarantee.
As for using it with the diva cup in, I have no idea, but I can't see the harm in trying (as long as you wear a pad at first to catch any leaks!). It depends on how high up the ring sits compared to where your diva cup normally sits.
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