Ariana Grande shared news of her engagement to boyfriend Dalton Gomez on Sunday after dating for almost 1 year. She announced this news via an Instagram post with several photos of herself and Gomez and two photos showing off her engagement ring on her finger. “Forever n then some,” she wrote in the caption. In the close-up shot, the ring appears to feature a pearl and a much larger oval diamond beside it on a simple band. One expert thinks the ring could’ve cost more than $750,000.
Under the pretext of Ariana Grande’s engagement ring, let’s take a look at some of the most expensive celebrity engagement rings.
Considering Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas’s nuptials secured a spot on our roundup of the most expensive weddings to date, it’s only natural that the actress’s vintage Fred Leighton ring would earn a similar accolade at a cool $1 million. Douglas opted for a 10-carat, side-set, marquise diamond bauble for his now-wife of almost two decades.
Retired NHL player Mike Comrie, the ex-husband of former Disney star Hilary Duff, reportedly spent $1 million bucks for a 14-carat, the princess-cut jewel in 2010.
Blake Lively own a Stunner Engagement Ring
It’s no secret that Blake’s engagement ring from 2010’s “Sexiest Man Alive” is a stunner. Jeweler Lorraine Schwartz also happens to be a close friend of Blake’s, so it makes sense that Ryan Reynolds went to her when it was time to pop the question. Blake’s ring features an incredible 12-carat oval-cut diamond – features a light pink – and a rose gold band that is lined with pave diamonds. The estimated cost of the ring is a whopping $2 million dollars.
Serena Williams Engagement Ring
We can’t forget how lavish Serena’s 2016 wedding to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian was. So, of course, her ring had to be just as luxe as the nuptials. The tennis champ’s massive ring is estimated to be around 12 carats and worth $2 million.
Jennifer Lopez & her 3 Valuable Rings
Jennifer Lopez, with her three engagements, was able to be included in the list of celebrities who have the most expensive rings.
Her first major engagement was a high-profile engagement in 2002 with Ben Affleck. The 6.1-carat pink diamond from Harry Winston cost Affleck $2.5 million. They broke up before the marriage party.
Shortly after breaking up with Affleck, Lopez started a relationship with singer Marc Anthony, who would propose with a rare blue 8.5-carat diamond ring from Harry Winston worth $4 million. The couple married in 2003 and announced their separation in 2011. They finalized their divorce in 2015.
J.Lo and A-Rod began dating in 2017. The baseball star proposed with a reported 15-20 carat emerald cut stunner set on a platinum band that was estimated at $5 million.
Beyoncé owns one of the most expensive diamonds in the world. Jay-Z proposed to Queen Bey with a 24-carat diamond ring worth $ 5 million in 2008. The center stone of Beyoncé’s ring is a stylish emerald cut diamond.
Kim Kardashian’s Engagement Ring Cost
This list would be nothing without Kim Kardashian & Kanye! Kanye West popped the question in 2013, presenting his reality star lady love with this 15-carat cushion-cut diamond by Lorraine Schwartz. This dazzling engagement ring is estimated to cost between $2 million and $4 million. Unfortunately, though, the 15-carat sparkler was among the jewelry stolen during Kim’s infamous Paris robbery in 2016.
Mariah Carey Engagement Ring
The pop superstar accepted this Wilfredo Rosado engagement ring from Australian billionaire James Packer back in 2016, a show-stopper at 35 carats with an estimated value of $10 million. The pair called off the engagement after less than a year, however, and Carey later sold the stone for $2.1 million.
The most expensive engagement ring among the celebrities belongs to Grace Kelly so far. In 1956, when the Hollywood actress wed Prince Rainier III of Monaco her engagement ring was priced at $4,060,000. Today, she takes the top spot with an engagement ring worth over $38 million when adjusted for inflation. The 10.48-carat Cartier emerald-cut engagement ring was flanked by two baguette-cut side stones, resulting in one of the most astonishing pieces of jewelry many have ever laid eyes on.