Paris Hilton Shows Off Her Ginormous Diamond Ring, Which Is Actually Called "Paris"

Paris Hilton is officially off the market, and you better believe her engagement ring is stunning. The starlet got engaged to her boyfriend of one year, Carter Reum, on her 40th birthday. Carter popped the important question during her birthday celebration, which was held on a private island. The couple were surrounded by close family members, like Paris's sister Nicky, and, thankfully, we got an inside look at the whole romantic proposal because she posted it onto her website. Hilton revealed that the emerald-cut diamond was designed by Atelier of Jean Dousset, and the brand even ended up naming it "Paris" after her. How cool is that? Based on expert estimates, the ring features an emerald cut diamond ranging from 10 to 15 carats and could retail for anywhere between $1 to $2.5 million.

During the proposal, Paris wore a gorgeous white gown that featured a side slit. She accessorized with a crown, Vera Wang Eyewear, and embellished fingerless gloves. In fact, if you're hoping to get her exact Retrofête's Margarita Dress in Snow White, you're in luck, because it's available for preorder exclusively at Retrofête for $1,145. During an On Air with Ryan Seacrest appearance, the starlet put her massive diamond ring on display and revealed that it's "inspired by the Grand Palais in Paris." Keep reading to take a closer look at her dress, and watch a video on how her ring was custom-made for her ahead.

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Paris Showing Off Her Ring During On Air With Ryan Seacrest
On Air With Ryan Seacrest

Paris Showing Off Her Ring During On Air With Ryan Seacrest