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‘The Bachelorette’ 2017 Proposal: Watch Diamond Engagement Ring, photos, video

ViewsHeadlines Desk, 8 August, 2017

‘The Bachelorette’ 2017 looked going topsy turvy as Rachel Lindsay reportedly created a flutter of sorts when she broke up with Peter Kraus and went for the last man in contention, Bryan Abasolo. The two were going strong for a long time and many thought that he will end up the winner. But alas he was not.

The man had to stand rejection on such a big scale that it will be hard for him to fathom as to why he end up losing the glory.

It happened during the finale episode of The Bachelorette 2017, when Rachel Lindsay, instead of selecting Peter Kraus, dumped him rather unceremoniously and which went instead with Bryan Abasolo.

Not just she dumped him, but Rachel Lindsay told him upfront that she made the right decision in saying goodbye to him. While sitting down with Chris Harrison, 46, Peter apologized to Rachel for saying that a life without him would be “mediocre.” Like a total boss, Rachel responded and told him that she’s definitely not living a mediocre life. “I’m living my best life,” went on to add.

Now the world seems to be talking about Rachel’s ring. It is simply a huge pear shaped diamond with a halo of diamonds around it. It’s over three carats. The ring itself is platinum. It’s huge, gorgeous and sparkles. It’s a big stone. It’s very, very big.

The ring has been designed by renowned designer Neil Lane who usually does it for the reality show. Many moons ago, he told USA Today that he makes these rings with compassion and hope that the couple stays together.

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