One couple took a big step in their relationship on the Bachelor In Paradise finale, getting engaged.
Sam Cochrane popped the question to his island love, and the love of Australia’s life Tara Pavlovic.
Hearts are melting all over the country.
Of course, she said YES. Who wouldn’t say yes to that big fat engagement ring?
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And, of course, being the curious people we are here at Be, we had to do some digging on the rock Sam got down on one knee with.
A spokesperson for Network Ten exclusively told Be the ring was a “round diamond set in an Angeli Cushion Halo” with the diamond being “just under one carat”.
Of course, we didn’t stop there we took to the power of the Internet to get some more details on the rock.
It appears to have been designed by Sydney-based jewellers GS Diamonds and the ring is the ‘Angeli Cushion Shape Halo Round.’
“An ethereal beauty like no other,” the website describes the ring. “Angeli collection showcases craftsmanship to show-stopping effect. An utterly romantic, otherworldly experience for the lady lucky enough to wear it.”
According to the jeweller’s website the ring is priced at $2000 excluding the centre diamond, so who knows how much the big rock is worth.
Tara sure is a lucky girl.
We love Sammy and Tarzy, they are just too cute.
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