Celebrity Engagement Rings in Every Shape

Celebrity Engagement Rings in Every Shape

Whether it's Elizabeth Taylor's 33.19-carat asscher cut diamond or Audrey Hepburn's trio of platinum and gold wedding bands, the most famous engagement rings in history all tell fascinating stories Elizabeth Taylor famously married eight times, but the largest was the 33.19-carat asscher cut diamond, known then as the 'Krupp Diamond,' given to her by Richard Burton Though all eyes have been on her grandsons' wives' engagement rings the last few years, Queen Elizabeth II's diamond should not be forgotten.

Prince Philip proposed to her in 1947 with a platinum band mounting a 3-carat solitaire diamond surrounded by five smaller diamonds on each side The actress's ring is an antique round old mine cut diamond weighing four carats and set in a double halo of pavé diamonds Although Portia de Rossi currently dons a yellow diamond engagement ring, Ellen DeGeneres proposed to her in 2008 with a 3-carat marquise-shaped diamond surrounded by pink diamonds.

Ryan Reynolds proposed to Blake Lively with a 12-carat light pink diamond engagement ring set in rose gold, worth $2 million. . Source

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