I’ve known people who basically repeated dates, trips, and presents with each relationship they were in, and they tried to pass it off as just a random coincidence. That is a lie. It is just random laziness, friends! Always get new everything with each new peen! Orlando Bloom did not get that memo, I guess, because just days after he popped the question to Katy Perry, some people noticed her engagement ring is in the same theme as the one he gave to ex-wife Miranda Kerr.
Us Weekly says Orlando proposed to Miranda in 2010 with diamond ring that was flower-shaped with a big center stone surrounded by smaller diamonds. Katy’s “full bloom” engagement ring is a big honking diamond surrounded by, uh, smaller diamonds. Suddenly, this guy relying on Legolas for a bulk of his IMDb credits is beginning to make sense.
OK, so just to be somewhat fair: Katy’s ring, much like Katy, kinda screams to be noticed with the big pink stone in the middle, but both rings are essentially in the same style and have a yellow gold band.
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Diamond expert Josh Marion says that middle stone better be a diamond to make it worth the $5 million people keep saying it is:
“This one-of-a-kind ruby or a vivid pink ring appears to be approximately two carats and is surrounded by eight half-carat diamonds that accentuate this precious gem. I would insure this ring for at least a half a million dollars, if it’s truly a ruby. If it’s a vivid pink diamond, it would be worth around $5 million.”
Josh noted it is also in the same style as Duchess Kate’s and Princess Eugenie’s respective rocks, adding is “is a symbol of high-society and royalty. It is a vintage, traditional British look.” He then snickered, “But this shmuck doing the same ring twice also follows in the new British aristocratic tradition of marrying a commoner, so he’s still staying on royal brand.” OK, maybe he didn’t say that, but it ain’t wrong!