Triple threat (and major spoiler alert)! In case you missed it, three couples from Bachelor in Paradise got engaged on the season finale of the show Tuesday, September 6. And we have the details on all three massive Neil Lane diamond rings.
Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray
After ABC flew his mother to meet (and approve of) sweetheart Amanda Stanton, Josh Murray popped the question with a square-cut diamond center stone set in platinum with a pavé diamond band. According to an inside source, the 3-carat bling costs approximately $85,000.
"You are the sweetest, kindest, most loving, generous woman that I have ever met," Murray mused while crying hysterically. "I'm so blessed to spend the rest of my life with you, so Amanda, my love, will you marry me?"
The mother of two said yes to Murray (and the sparkler), proclaiming, "The thought of welcoming you into our little family makes my heart so full."
Carly Waddell and Evan Bass
Carly Waddell and Evan Bass woke up in the fantasy suite feeling more in love than ever. Bass was so overcome, in fact, that he recited a poem: "I fell in love with a girl named Carly. She's got me chilling on the beach like a guy named Marley. She's gluten-free, and that includes barley. And that's OK. … S–t."
But after his limerick, Bass got serious, making a tear-inducing declaration. "Carly, our life in Paradise has been nothing short of epic," he began. "My love for you has only gotten stronger. And the love I feel from you is the most amazing, inexplicable, mind-blowing thing that I just never in a million years thought I would get. I feel like my heart beats to your soul. I want my kids to see a love like we have, and I want them to know an amazing woman like you are. Carly, I wanna chase after the fairy tales, and go on all of the adventures, and find all of the interesting things in this world to explore. … I wanna start a life with you. I want you to be my wife. Carly Waddell, will you freaking marry me?"
Waddell — who was dumped ahead of her night in the fantasy suite during the previous season of the reality show — accepted the erectile dysfunction specialist's 3.3-carat stunner featuring a pear-shaped, pink-colored center stone set in platinum. A source tells Us the band is set with pavé white diamonds and the piece costs approximately $90,000.
Lace Morris and Grant Kemp
After an emotional 24 hours — Lace Morris and Grant Kemp got their couple name, "Grace," tattooed on their wrists before heading to the fantasy suite and waking up questioning the future — Kemp got down on one knee to ask Morris a very important question.
"I know that the conversation that we had was about things that weren't answered, but sometimes time is what we need to get those answers," the firefighter said. "You make me feel like I can be myself. When I look at you, there's no way that I would not want you in my life. I love you when you're happy, I love you when you're stubborn, I love you when you're sad, I even love you when you're screaming at me — but mostly, I love you when you're Lace. … Lace, will you marry me?"
After having declared her feelings for the first time, saying, "I love you Grant Kemp, but I love Grace more," Morris accepted. Then Kemp slipped a 3.5-carat engagement ring with a geometric-cut center stone and pavé diamond band on her finger, which our source explains costs upward of $98,000.
Which of the three engagement rings is your favorite?
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