Peaches Geldof Engagement Ring

Can’t Buy Me Love – Or Can You?

Typically, one engagement ring is satisfactory for most women, but Peaches Geldof, the fiancée of Tom Cohen, announced that she has just received her SECOND engagement ring from her beau on her birthday. She posted pictures of her new bling on Twitter saying, “My new engagement ring! Tom got me a new one for my birthday and it’s finally finished!” Apparently Peaches had been waiting quite a while for this new, giant edition to her jewelry collection!

Peaches revealed that she and her fiancé, Tom, were engaged in December, and up until recently she has been flashing around her original, less attention-grabbing ring. Now that she has her new ring, Peaches stated, “I am officially blinging! Made with love, very happy with it.” The massive engagement ring originally belonged to Peaches’ grandmother and has been surrounded with hearts and arrows cut diamonds, making her first ring seem rather modest.

What do you think about Peaches’ huge rock? Do you think you could pull this ring off or do you prefer something simpler? At Raymond Lee Jewelers, we have a variety of engagement rings to fit the taste of any woman whether they are flashy or a bit more reserved, whatever you like.

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