Britney Spears Has the Most Classic Engagement Ring
The pop star is engaged to longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari.
Britney Spears announced her engagement to longtime boyfriend Sam Aghari on Instagram Sunday, showing off a diamond on her ring finger.
Per the company, Forever Diamonds New York founder Roman Malayev created the sentimental bauble with Asghari’s input.
It features a round brilliant-cut diamond in a floating platinum solitaire setting with subtle sparkly details, like pave diamonds on the bridge, which are visible in profile, as well as flush-set diamonds on the prongs and basket, and a “secret message” beneath the bridge.
Asghari had his nickname for the songstress, “Lioness,” engraved there.
He chose a 4-carat center stone for the bride-to-be, Forever Diamonds confirmed.
Sister co-owners Christina Gandia Gambale and Jennifer Gandia of New York City jewelry store Greenwich St. Jewelers approve of the timeless solitaire style, offering several iterations in their bridal selection.
See several engagement rings from the company similar to Spears’ in the gallery below.
Spears was previously engaged to her former agent, Jason Trawick, in 2011, but the two went their separate ways in 2013.
The pop star has been married twice before, to ex-husband Kevin Federline, who is father of her two sons, and childhood friend Jason Alexander in a quickie Las Vegas marriage and divorce.
Spears met her current fiancé when he starred in her “Slumber Party” video in 2016.
The two have dated for nearly five years, with Asghari notably standing by his other half during her highly publicized conservatorship legal drama.
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