Earlier it was pink! This time Ben got 8.5 carat green diamond for long time love. Jennifer Lopez engagement ring is the rarest in the world. Lets know more about the proposal, ring and wishes.
Fans are delighted over Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez engagement. The happy singer confirmed this news on April 8th. While giving her fans a stunning green engagement ring look. The ring estimated to be $5 million USD. Also, its cushion modified brilliant cut diamond, per Ilan Portugali of Beverly Hills Diamonds, who sourced the rare gem.
Ilan Portugali also shared some wishes for Ben and J.Lo via his Instagram. “Congratulations Ben & @jlo on your engagement. It was my honor to be part of this exciting journey, on a quest to source such an exceptional natural gem for your spectacular engagement ring,” he wrote.
“Among fancy-color diamonds, natural-color green stones with saturated hues are some of the rarest and most sought after. Green color synchronizes Nature & tranquility and represent life, health and associates with luck & prosperity,” he wrote, sharing a drawing of the ring.
Jennifer Lopez Engagement Rings So Far
Previously, Ben proposed Jennifer in 2002, with the pink color gem. Ben iconically presented her the colored engagement ring for the first time. Followed by Marc Anthony proposal. He came up with blue stone for Jennifer Lopez. However, sources confirmed that green is her favorite and Ben has to do it special. The color green is significant to Jennifer, she even dressed in this shade on many occasions — including back in 2000 at the GRAMMYs with that jungle print Versace dress.
Also, the main reason green diamonds are so rare because the diamond has to be exposed to uranium in order to get that unique shade. What jewelers and geologist says about the green ring? “[The stone] has to be irradiated by beta or gamma waves for long enough to turn the stone green for long enough to turn the stone green — the color is from irradiation and it’s incredibly rare,” says geologist and luxury jewelers salesperson Amanda Smith.