Emma Bunton is a singer, songwriter and actress who shot to fame in the popular girl group, Spice Girls. As well as performing with the band, Emma has kept up her love of music by releasing a number of solo albums. She got engaged to R&B singer, Jade Jones, 40, in 2011 – what is her ring like?
While Emma was pregnant with Tate – and on her 35th birthday – Jade proposed to the singer.
In a post on Twitter, she wrote: “Yahooooo I’m Engaged! Love you Jade! I’m a very happy lady!!”
So, what was the engagement ring like?
The eye-catching jewel had a main diamond surrounded by smaller jewels, according to Helen Doyle, head of valuations Prestige Pawnbrokers of Channel 4’s Posh Pawn.
She told Express.co.uk: “Emma Bunton has really hit the jackpot with this stunning diamond engagement ring.
“According to all sources the large central round brilliant cut diamond is over 3ct in weight, the diamond is of exceptional quality, showing as a pure white diamond and likely to be flawless in clarity.
“There are also two diamonds set on the shoulders which are the perfect size to accompany the main diamond and will be of equal high quality.”
The elegant jewel appeared to be ahead of the times and is similar to styles chosen by the Royal Family.
She added: “This style of ring is very much of the moment, Meghan has a similar engagement ring which has been highly publicised making this style a future classic.”
Such an elaborate ring is likely to have set Emma’s fiancé back by a huge sum of money.
“A diamond ring of this quality and style could comfortably have a retail value £250,000,” Helen said.
Although the couple have been engaged for nearly nine years, they have not confirmed any plans to tie the knot.
Emma has previously opened up on her relationship and explained they were not in a rush to get married.
Speaking to Fabulous Magazine, Emma said: “There aren’t any plans for a wedding, but we do talk about it.
“I think because both of us are Aquarius we try and live for the moment, so don’t plan things too far ahead. I’m so lucky to have found him.”