Celebrity-Inspired Engagement Rings

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Our favourite celebrities are often times spotted flaunting their wedding rings at public events and parties. They spend heftily on these and their rings look just out-of-this-world gorgeous. Wedding Affair lists some of the popular celebrity rings that you can take inspiration from.

1. Beyoncé


When it comes to celebrity wedding bling, it doesn’t really get any better than Beyoncé’s engagement ring. Designed by the jeweller to the stars Lorraine Schwartz, the sparkler is a 24-carat flawless emerald-cut diamond ring with a split band, which is estimated to be worth a whopping $5 million.

2. Jennifer Lopez


“The engagement ring that Alex Rodriguez gave to Jennifer features a high-quality emerald cut that weighs approximately 18 carats. Based on the photos, this diamond also appears to be collection grade quality as well,” Benjamin Khordipour the head gemologist and antique jewellery specialist at Estate Diamond Jewelry in New York City, says, which is the highest diamond. “We evaluate her ring to be at least $1.8 million.”

3. Priyanka Chopra


“Priyanka’s ring is a high-quality cushion cut weighing around 4 carats,” WP Diamonds president Andrew Brown told a website. Nick apparently put a lot of thought into the bling. He shut down a Tiffany & Co. store in London last month to shop for the perfect ring in privacy.

4. Duchess Kate

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The 12-carat sapphire that was famously first given to Kate’s late mother-in-law, Diana, upon her engagement to Prince Charles. Created by Garrard & Co back in 1981, it is thought to have cost around £28,000, and was initially referred to in the press as the ‘commoner’s sapphire,’ a slightly barbed reference to the fact that the ring was not a bespoke design (and thus, one that any old ‘commoner’ could potentially pick up at the jewellers).

5. Lady Gaga


The ring sparkling from the third finger of Gaga’s left hand has an oval shape pink centre stone surrounded by a halo of nice sized round white diamonds. It could very well be a pink diamond. The size and the colour of the gem would mean it’s a rare high-quality fancy pink diamond. It would easily cost over $1-million.