Model Emily Ratajkowski married her partner, film producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, earlier this year but has only just revealed her impressive engagement ring.
Most people would choose to show off their engagement ring before they tie the knot but Emily Ratajkowski has waited five months to give us a glimpse of the rock Sebastian Bear-McClard proposed with.
The American actress and model married Sebastian in February in a surprise ceremony in New York.
Since the wedding she has only been wearing a discreet gold wedding band and kept her engagement ring a secret.
On Tuesday, the 27-year-old finally revealed the ring and all we can say is WOW!
Taking to Instagram Emily first posted a picture of the ring on her outstretched hand with the blurry outline of 31-year-old Sebastian in the background.
The ring boasts two diamonds, one teardrop cut and one princess cut and they are both of a decent size.
Emily’s second picture features the model posing for a selfie and also showcasing an elegant diamond necklace.
The reason Emily has waited until now to show off her engagement ring is because Sebastian never proposed with one! In fact, he got down on one knee and asked Emily to be his wife with just a paperclip, to show his commitment.
While on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in April Emily revealed: ‘He proposed to me at Minetta Tavern, and he didn’t have a ring so I was like, “Ummmm nah”. And then he took the paperclip that the bill was paid with and made me a ring which I actually thought was really romantic.’
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Emily revealed that the couple decided they wanted to get married in January but were trying to wait for the right time and wanted to keep it a secret for as long as possible.
On the day Emily chose to wear a chic trouser suit and reveals that she had never dreamed of a traditional white dress on her big day.
She explained: ‘I never loved the idea of white for a wedding because I’m not a pure woman. I’m a woman with a lot of character and experience and life. I also just love the idea of a suit, especially at City Hall, because it’s like you’re taking care of business.’