Many celebrities lose their sense of proportion when it comes to their beloved, and they consider the purchase of an engagement ring a particularly important waste. The Duchess of Cambridge wears a ring that once belonged to Princess Diana, which costs less than $ 140,000. Hollywood stars will find it almost like jewelry.
So which celebrity wears the most expensive engagement ring?
Kim Kardashian, gift from Kanye West - $ 2 million (or 8 million)
One thing is for sure: when it comes to jewelry, Kim doesn't like to waste time on trifles.
Some sources estimate Kim Kardashian's 15-carat diamond engagement ring from Lorraine Schwartz at $ 2 million, while others say it is worth at least $ 8 million. One thing is for sure: when it comes to jewelry, Kim doesn't like to waste time on trifles. Her previous ring, donated by Chris Humphries, was rumored to have cost around $ 2 million. But it went from auction for only 749 thousand.
Beyoncé, gift to Jay Z - $ 5 million
This singer also wears a creation by Lorraine Schwartz, but a little more expensive. An 18K octagonal diamond platinum ring is worth $ 5 million, making it one of the most expensive celebrity engagement rings.
Jennifer Lopez, gift from Mark Anthony - $ 4 million
Although their relationship ended in divorce, she kept the ring for a very long time and only recently decided to sell it. This masterpiece by Neil Lane with an 8.5-carat blue diamond is worth about $ 4 million. And although the singer swears that she is a simple girl from the block, having sold the ring, she herself will be able to buy herself a small block.
Paris Hilton, gift from Paris Latsis - $ 4.7 million
Paris became the owner of one of the most expensive wedding rings in the world. This white gold ring with a 24-carat rectangular diamond, donated by the Greek Paris Latsis, remained with her after the breakup. The socialite sold it and donated money to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Grace Kelly, a gift from Prince Rainier III of Monaco - $ 4.06 million
The 10, 47-carat stone was complemented by two baguette-cut diamonds.
The Grace Kelly engagement ring, valued at $ 4.06 million Ruby Media, with an emerald cut diamond was created by Cartier. The 10, 47-carat stone was complemented by two baguette-cut diamonds. Since this ring has become an important part of Hollywood history and the European monarchy, its value would be much higher if it were put up for auction.
Anna Kournikova, a gift to Enrique Iglesias - $ 2.5 million
Despite the fact that they periodically break up since 2001 and have never talked about the wedding, Kournikova and Iglesias decided to buy themselves one of the most expensive wedding rings. Argyle's creation with an 11-carat pink pear-shaped diamond is estimated at $ 2.5 million.
Jacqueline Kennedy, a gift from Aristotle Onassis - $ 2.6 million
Paris Hilton complained that her wedding ring is so big that it hurts her fingers. Jacqueline Onassis also received a huge diamond ring as a gift, but wore it only twice. The rest of the time the jewel lay in the safe deposit box. This is understandable, because a 40.42-carat stone is estimated at 2.6 million dollars.
Melania Knauss, gift from Donald Trump - $ 3 million
The ring with a 15-carat emerald-cut diamond was made by the Graff Jewelry House.
The house of Donald Trump in New York is simply buried in gold, so we can say that he was stingy by spending "only" $ 3 million on the ring of his chosen one. And yet this is one of the most expensive stellar engagement rings ever. The ring with a 15-carat emerald-cut diamond was made by the Graff Jewelry House.
Catherine Zeta-Jones, a gift from Michael Douglas - $ 2.5 million
With this ring designed by Fred Leighton, Michael Douglas proposed to Scottish actress Catherine Zete-Jones. The ring with a 10-carat marquise-cut diamond is valued at $ 2.5 million.
Elizabeth Taylor, gift from Richard Burton - $ 8.8 million
The most expensive wedding ring belonged to Elizabeth Taylor. At Christie's, it was valued at 3.5 million in 2011, but ended up being sold for $ 8.8 million. Needless to say, in addition to the 33, 19-carat diamond of the purest form, this ring also has historical value.