You’re viewing Zendaya’s “Deal with Myself” ring, a present from anybody however herself

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Bulgari Ambassador Zendaya is hot in the press about her role as MJ in Spider-Man: No way home, for which she stars alongside her boyfriend Tom Holland. When she decided to take advantage of her employee discount and buy an eight carat yellow diamond ring from the famous jewelry brand (for which she posed in many campaigns), her fans became aware of it.

Zendaya posted a mirror selfie to show off her new hair color, and Twitter users instantly mistook the big sparkler for an engagement ring, even though it’s usually worn on her right hand. In fact, she’s been wearing it all over the red carpet since October when she was in a British Vogue Interview. “This is my luxury, my enjoyment – myself … It feels like it’s an heirloom, like one day I can give it to my grandchildren,” she said.

In the Bulgari press release, however, it is described as being set in platinum and 18 kt yellow gold. The 8-carat, cushion-cut canary yellow diamond is flanked by two spherical diamonds on each side. In short, it’s breathtaking. What we love even more is that Zendaya picked it for herself and values ​​it as something she will pass on to future generations.

Although the media is what it is and Tom Hollands newer People Quote about wanting to raise a family could have fueled the engagement rumor, we are personally interested in the real story behind Zendaya’s ring and couldn’t help but be inspired by its unique look. See Zendaya proudly wear her personal jewelry, then shop for similar pieces we found.

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