Jason Statham pulled out all the stops to present Rosie Huntington-Whiteley with the perfect engagement ring
Jason Statham pulled out all the stops to present Rosie Huntington-Whiteley with the perfect engagement ring. The actor reportedly spent $350,000 (£243,000) on a five-carat diamond ring for his fiancée, which she proudly showed off at the Golden Globes on Sunday.
Sources have confirmed to Us Weekly that the ring, which features a round diamond set in platinum, is from Neil Lane. Other famous faces to own engagement rings from the jeweller include Kristen Bell, Jessica Simpson and Jacqui Ainsley, who was presented with a bespoke five-carat diamond ring by husband Guy Ritchie in 2012.
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wears a $350,000 engagement ring
Rosie sparked speculation that her long-time love had popped the question after she debuted the gorgeous ring on the Golden Globes red carpet on Sunday, and a representative for the happy couple soon confirmed the news to HELLO! Online.
Arriving arm-in-arm at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, the pair appeared happier than ever, with Rosie looking every inch the golden girl in a custom made Atelier Versace gown.
While they have not revealed any details about their engagement, it is thought that Jason could have proposed to Rosie during their recent exotic getaway to Thailand, where they put on sweet displays of affection as they relaxed together on the beach.
Rosie's ring is from jeweller Neil Lane
Rosie has been dating Jason for around five years, and recently opened up about their relationship in an interview with Glamour magazine, explaining that their home life together is far from glamorous.
Talking about everyday chores, such as emptying the bins, Rosie said: "I get told off for saying 'It's a man's job!' And he [Jason] goes, 'Well then, ironing's a woman's job'."
She has previously discussed what makes their relationship work, telling Self magazine: "We're best mates. He makes me laugh every day. I almost feel like I never had a proper boyfriend before!"