Lady DianaBlue bloods prefer blue sapphire — or at least Prince Charles did when he proposed to Lady Diana Spencer with an 18-carat oval sapphire engagement ring. The blue bauble didn’t mean lasting love for those royals, but don’t count blue sapphire out just yet. Check out this three-stone sapphire-and-diamond ring from House of Taylor. The piece features 8.28 carats of Ceylon sapphires and more than 2 carats of diamonds for a price of $49,500.
Victoria BeckhamSoccer star David Beckham kicked a goal into the heart of wife and former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham with an appropriately posh pink diamond engagement ring. Are you thinking pink, too? Check out this Secret Kiss of the Rose Ring from De Beers. The piece features 4.15-carat rose-cut white diamonds and a 0.8-carat pink diamond, set in platinum. Just try not to turn pink from the price: $525,000.
Melania KnaussThe gold Trump Tower should tell you all you need to know about the Great Donald Trump. He loved to do everything in style, and that included proposing with a 15-carat diamond ring for $3 Million. It was reported that Graff jeweler’s had to custom make the wedding band in order to allow it to slip gracefully into Knauss’s delicate finger. The couples are still currently married. Donald Trump presented a 15-carat diamond to Melania Knauss’s in 2004—a record-breaking price at the time.
Catharine Zeta JonesMichael Douglas, the man may play and lean mean bad guy on the silver screen, but he sure knows the key to a woman’s heart. The leading man thoughtfully proposed to Jones with a 10-carat marquise cut antique diamond engagement ring reported to be worth over $2 million dollars. The ring is definitely worth it now that the couple has been married for over a decade while also having two children together in the process.
Jacqueline KennedyJacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s 40-carat diamond ring, auctioned for 2.6 million dollars in the year 1996, makes it the third most expensive engagement ring in history. Being the first lady to John F. Kennedy wasn’t an easy job but Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis pulled it off with plenty of grace, poise and glamour. Upon marrying Aristotle Onassis, she was presented with a breathtaking 40-carat marquise Lesotho III diamond ring that had 18 diamonds extracted from the 601-carat rough diamond Lesotho. Understandably, the ring is literally so precious that it was only seen out in public twice due to fear of robbery.