celebrity engagement rings

These are the most stunning celebrity engagement rings you’ve ever seen

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  • The sparkle is real

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrity engagement rings are, as a rule, some of the biggest, most bling-tastic, eye-blinding rocks on the planet.

    Whether it’s J-Lo’s Harry Winston 6.1-carat pink diamond ring to Beyoncé’s 18-carat flawless Lorraine Schartz diamond, the celebs’ ring fingers are home to some of the most iconic – and gorgeous – pieces of jewellery in Hollywood. From Miranda Kerr to Pippa Middleton to Kate Upton, and many, many more, we’ve rounded up the very best in A-List sparklers that’ll make you weak at the knees just by looking at them. Oh, to be a celebrity who’s getting married… If only, eh?

    And ICYMI, everyone is talking about this 80-carat diamond engagement ring. Would you wear it, or is it just too over the top? After all, can a diamond ever really be too big? Not if you’re Kim Kardashian West, by the looks of it. The reality star was given not just one but two huge diamond engagement rings from her rapper husband Kanye West.

    Then there’s Meghan Markle’s sparkler, which had everybody talking earlier this year when she decided to update the gold band by making it thinner and studding the originally plain band with diamonds.

    But aside from the rings, we love seeing the super cute ways our favourite stars decide to pop the question, because there really is nothing sweeter than seeing the celebs get giddy when their S.O.’s propose. Luckily for us, sometimes we get to see it all on Instagram and share the moment with them. Want to see all your fave celebs’ eye-catching jewellery in a visual vault of fabulous gems from the past?

    You’ll find all of your favourite stars and their exquisite engagement rings here. Click through our round up for the most sparkling celebrity engagement rings, EVER.

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