Ashley Jensen shows off diamond ring at awards ceremony after secretly getting married

SHETLAND actress Ashley Jensen shows off her diamond ring at an awards ceremony after it emerged she had secretly wed.

The rock was front and centre while posing at the Scottish Baftas in Glasgow last night with husband Kenny Doughty, 48.

Ashley Jensen got secretly married to Kenny Doughty, 48


Ashley Jensen got secretly married to Kenny Doughty, 48Credit: Getty
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The actress is up for best actress for TV show MayfliesCredit: BBC

Ash, 54, is up for best actress for TV show Mayflies.

She married Vera actor Kenny at Priston Mill in Bath in August.

Pals claimed Ashley “barely stopped smiling” during the “super fun” and “emotional” ceremony on August 9.

It came six years after she lost her first husband, who she shares 14-year-old son Francis with, to suicide.

Ashley became known across the globe when she joined the cast of hit TV series Ugly Betty from 2006-08.

But before then she portrayed Fiona Morris in EastEnders.

Fiona is the wife of Rod Morris and appears when her and Rod come to the di Marco’s for dinner.

Ashley is also known for portraying Emma in After Life, a carer who looks after Tony’s dad in a nursing home.

The hit show follows the story of Tony (Ricky Gervais) who is grieving after the death of his wife Lisa.

Ashley showed off her diamond ring at an awards ceremony


Ashley showed off her diamond ring at an awards ceremonyCredit: Getty

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Heavy Diamond Ring Album Release Party at The Lariat – by Landon James

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This Saturday, November 18, Heavy Diamond Ring will be hosting a very special album release party at The Lariat in Buena Vista.

Heavy Diamond Ring (HDR) is an open-hearted, all-American, folk-rock band that is redefining the modern take on Americana music. Born out of the multi-decade, songwriting/musical partnership of lead singer Sarah Anderson and songwriter/guitarist Paul DeHaven and their band Paper Bird, Heavy Diamond Ring is a joyful celebration that melds rock ‘n’ roll, indie-folk, Americana, and a little bit of everything in between.

“A little bit of twang, and a whole lotta beef” is one way the band describes itself on their official website.

Having released their eponymous debut album “Heavy Diamond Ring” in 2019, their newest offering “All Out of Angels” was just officially released on all music platforms on November 14, 2023. To promote this new musical offering, HDR is hitting the road for three celebratory shows in Colorado concluding the run at The Lariat this weekend.

“All Out of Angels” is a beautiful dive into the more sensitive and tender side of HDR with a sense of familiar longing and tenderness permeating the entire album.

Begun as an album more than three years ago, COVID-19 significantly hindered the progress of recording as the world’s music industry was all but shut down. “All Out of Angels” is a collection of old tunes from the cutting floor of Paper Bird that Anderson and DeHaven brought to HDR to see if it meshed with their current musical vision. Within moments of introducing these older songs to HDR, Anderson knew it was an album they had to finish.

“A magic just happens. We all kind of tap into something that is unique to our band”, explained Anderson.

Anderson and DeHaven’s magical musical connection bleeds into the joy that HDR evokes

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Sparkling Orange-Yellow Diamond Earrings Could Fetch $12 Million

A pair of fancy vivid orange-yellow diamond earrings weighing 12.20 and 11.96 carats will be the top lot at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels sale on December 6 in New York. The earrings, which are named “California Sunset Diamonds,” are estimated at $7 million – $12 million.

A ring with a similar fancy vivid yellowish orange diamond weighing 5.16 carats has an estimate of $1.5 million – $2 million.

There haven’t been many details released yet for Christie’s final jewelry auction of 2023, but the sale will include several fancy colored diamonds, white diamonds and colored gems. As always, there will be signed jewels from important collections.

Other important lots include a ring centered with 3.49-carat fancy vivid blue fancy vivid blue diamond with an estimate of $4.5 million – $5 million, a ring by Tiffany & Co. featuring an 8.91-carat Kashmir sapphire with an estimate of $700,000 – $1 million, a diamond ring featuring a 7.31-carat Burmese ruby with an estimate of $1 million – $2 million and a ring featuring a 9.31-carat no-oil Colombian emerald with an estimate of $200,000 – 300,000.

The private collections being offered include pieces from Adolphus Andrews Jr. and Emily Taylor Andrews, Margaret Thompson Biddle, Ivan and Genevieve Reitman and Julian and Josephine Robertson. A Graff ring centered with a 42.97 diamond is from a “distinguished Palm Beach collection.” Its estimate is $500,000 – 700,000.

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What Makes Lab Diamond Ring the Best Purchase for Engagement Day?

What Makes Lab Diamond Ring the Best Purchase for Engagement Day?

The market offers various engagement ring collections so choosing any one becomes tough. An engagement ring is a special kind of shopping that needs much attention and buyers have to be very sure about their choice. A diamond ring for engagement day is a traditional choice that is still adored by people. t. In recent times, there have been some changes in the preferences of ring buyers as they are vastly fascinated by lab grown diamonds Germany rings.

Real diamond ring has always been the eye catching type of ring that makes everyone crazy. The real mined diamond ring is so pure that it comes with forever lasting quality with excellent brilliance. For engagement day, buyers look for something extraordinary that they can cherish forever. A ring type that has made buyers fall in love instantly with its quality is lab diamond rings. For special occasions, buyers are now choosing lab diamond ring over other ring options.

For engagement day, many ring types may look perfect but a lab diamond ring can add more elegance, style and class. Lab diamond ring is the best purchase for an engagement day and there are some fine reasons for that, such as: 

  •   Excellent budget choice

When it comes to buying real diamond ring buyers have to be sure about the overall budget. The prices of real diamond rings are sky-high so they have to think twice. Having a diamond ring for engagement day is a wishful desire of buyers but some wishes remain unfulfilled. But, when buyers got to know about the replica of real diamond ring they started to purchase lab diamond ring in full demand and they

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The Big Success Story of the Solitaire Diamond Ring


Solitaire diamond ring, image: Diamonds-USA

The big success story of the Solitaire diamond ring.

Because most engagement rings are purchased by men, who may find it challenging to pinpoint their partner’s ring preferences, they often choose to play it safe and opt for the Solitaire diamond ring.

Solitaire diamond ring models
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With so many ring designs and jewelry stores to pick from, determining how and where to buy the ideal Solitaire diamond ring can be difficult. Since it is one of the most important purchases they’ll ever make, so they would prefer that it is right. Not just because it can be rather costly, but also because they want their partner to cherish it as much as they cherish themselves. 

If the prospect of searching for the perfect proof of your love and commitment is worrisome, don’t worry. We’ve prepared a simple shopping guide to help you find the perfect Solitaire diamond ring at Diamonds-USA. Here’s everything you need to know to find the best ring for your love.


Four Cs you need to know: Cut, Carat, Clarity, and Color

Since you are decided on the ring model-The Solitaire diamond ring, you should put your attention to the diamond that will be set at the top of the solitairee setting.

Chances are, you’ve come across the “Four Cs,” the widely-known diamond grading system. Let’s quickly break down what each “C” represents and how you can use this information to find the perfect diamond within your budget.


When we refer to “cut,” we’re not talking about the shape of the diamond; instead, we’re talking about its sparkle factor. This aspect applies specifically to round brilliant diamonds and is graded on a scale from excellent to poor, based on how closely the diamond matches the ideal

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Nita Ambani Owns A Gigantic 80-Carat Diamond Ring Worth USD 5 Million, Which She Wore Only Once

Nita Ambani Owns A Gigantic 80-Carat Diamond Ring Worth USD 5 Million, Which She Wore Only Once

Mukesh Ambani’s wife, Nita Ambani is a fashionista, who never shies away from flaunting her love for everything luxurious. Nita has an exquisite jewellery collection, and she never misses a chance to flaunt them. From emerald ranihaars to diamond chokers, the businesswoman has some of the most stunning pieces in her closet. However, there’s one special jewellery piece in her collection, which she wore only once.

Nita Ambani owns a 70-80 carat diamond ring worth USD 5 million

Nita Ambani was once spotted wearing a gigantic diamond ring at one of the events at the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre. Reportedly, her ring has a 70-80 carat diamond adorned atop it, which is huge in size. If reports are to be believed, the ring costs somewhere around USD 5 million, which is a magnanimous amount. Another shocking fact about the ring is that Nita Ambani wore it only once in her life.

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When Nita Ambani wore a huge nath adorned with a gigantic diamond

Well, this is not the only jaw-dropping jewellery piece in Nita Ambani’s collection. Earlier, she flaunted a huge diamond nath at her daughter, Isha Ambani’s wedding in 2018. For the big day, Nita was decked up in a stunning saree paired with all-diamond jewellery. While she looked picture perfect on the occasion, her nath stole all the attention. Nita’s huge nath was encrusted with layers of diamonds and featured a gigantic 1-lb diamond hanging from it. 

Nita Ambani’s Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond worth USD 48.5 million

Nita Ambani, who is considered one of the richest women in the world, is reported to be the owner of the world’s most expensive phone, the Falcon Supernova

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This 20-Carat Pink Diamond Could Sell At Auction For More Than $16 Million

Phillips’ inaugural Geneva jewelry auction includes a range of important diamonds, colored gemstones and vintage and contemporary signed jewels. Named “Geneva Jewels Auction: One,” the 110-lot sale will be held November 6 at the Hôtel La Réserve.

The top lot of the sale is a 20.19-carat fancy-intense-pink diamond with an estimate of CHF 10 million to CHF 15 million ($11 million to $16.5 million). The cut-cornered rectangular modified brilliant-cut, VVS1-clarity gem is the fourth-largest intense-pink diamond ever to appear at auction, Phillips said in a statement.

“We are seeing global demand for rare and captivating jewels, and our Geneva offering presents a meticulously curated selection,” Benoît Repellin, Phillips worldwide head of jewelry, said in the statement. “We eagerly anticipate showcasing these exceptional pieces as we continue our international highlights tour this month, leading up to the preview and auction in Geneva in November.”

Statement diamonds (both fancy colored and white diamonds) play an important role in the sale, and the No. 2 lot is a 54.27-carat, fancy-intense-yellow, internally flawless diamond with an estimate of CHF 1.2 million to CHF 1.6 million ($1.3 million to $1.8 million).

Other important fancy-colored diamonds include an oval, 1.52-carat, fancy-intense-purplish-pink, set on a platinum ring designed by British jewelry house Boodles. The shank of the ring is centered with a row of brilliant-cut diamonds. Its estimate is CHF 180,000 to CHF 270,000 ($200,000 to $300,000).

In addition, there’s a 24.07-carat, cut-cornered square modified brilliant-cut, fancy-deep-brownish yellow diamond. It’s the

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The Incredibly True Story Of The First-Ever Diamond Engagement Ring

When Sotheby’s first announced the auction of a 24.78-carat fancy intense pink emerald-cut diamond with rounded corners, flanked by two shield-shaped white diamond side stones and set in platinum, in 2010, it was expected to sell for between $27 million to US $38 million.

Much to the auction house’s delight, the ring, which had previously been sold to its former owner by jeweler Harry Winston in the 1950s, sold to diamond dealer Laurence Graff for $46 million, making it “the most expensive single jewel ever sold at auction at the time.” Naturally, the lucky new owner named the magnificent beast the Graff Pink.

While we firmly believe that neither the size nor the price of an engagement ring has any bearing on the worth of a marriage proposal, the history of how we came to associate them with betrothals is undeniably fascinating.

Considering this got us thinking about some other interesting engagement rings and proposal stories, which, for better or for worse, have grabbed our attention in the past.

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Here is the true story of the first diamond engagement ring — plus 4 more weird and notable proposal stories:

1. The first diamond engagement ring was given to Mary of Burgundy by Archduke Maximilian of Austria in 1477

Legend has it that in 1477, Archduke Maximilian of Austria — the future Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I — was the first man to present his beloved, Mary of Burgundy, with a diamond engagement ring (apparently at the advice of his court counsel).

“Maximilian,” the story goes, “set off for Burgundy after arranging a proxy marriage. But he was an impoverished suitor, thanks to Austria’s penchant for war. So, it is said, as he

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Adele shows off diamond ring amid rumours she’s married to boyfriend Rich Paul

Adele has been photographed wearing a diamond ring, just weeks after calling her boyfriend Rich Paul her “husband” on more than one occasion.

On Sunday 15 October, the Grammy winner took to Instagram to show off some photos from her Las Vegas residency. However, each photo in the carousel featured the singer wearing a large diamond ring – specifically on her ring finger.

“Weekend 31,” she captioned the social media post, in which she wore a Swarovski crystal-studded black velvet Cong Tri gown and accessorised with a massive emerald-cut sparkler and a pavé band.

One of the photos also showed Adele holding up a copy of Paul’s recently released memoir, titled Lucky Me. The photo expertly showcased the ring, while the bottom half of the singer’s face was covered.

This is the second time that a diamond ring worn by Adele has sparked engagement rumours. She was previously wearing a ring during the 2022 Brit Awards;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link rapid-noclick-resp”seen wearing a ring during the 2022 Brit Awards, leading people to believe she was engaged to her boyfriend of two years.

After the awards show, Adele appeared on ring-b2013499.html” data-ylk=”slk:The Graham Norton Show;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link rapid-noclick-resp”The Graham Norton Show where she was asked if reports of an engagemeent were true at all. “If I was, would I ever tell anyone if I was or wasn’t?” she responded at the time.

On 16 September, the “Hello” singer referred to herself as Paul’s wife during a performance at her Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace. While answering questions from guests in the audience, one female fan asked Adele to marry her.

Adele went on to politely decline the marriage request, saying: “You can’t marry me, I’m straight, my love. My husband’s here tonight, he’s here.”


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Adele shows off diamond ring on Instagram after calling Rich Paul her ‘husband’

Are they or aren’t they?

Adele and boyfriend Rich Paul have been sparking fresh marriage rumors in recent days, and the “Rolling in the Deep” singer added more fuel to the fire Sunday when she gave fans a look at an enormous diamond ring on her left hand in some new photos from her Las Vegas residency.

“Weekend 31” the Grammy winner, 35, captioned her Instagram post, sharing pics of herself in a Swarovski crystal-studded black velvet Cong Tri gown while wearing a massive emerald-cut sparkler with a pavé band.

In one photo, Adele holds a copy of Paul’s new memoir, “Lucky Me,” in front of her face as the sparkling ring sits front and center.

Adele showed off her huge diamond ring in a new Instagram pic.
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She wore a gown covered with gold crystals for her performance over the weekend.
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Adele wore a similar ring to the 2023 Grammys.
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The bauble is similar — but not identical — to the 10-carat Tiffany & Co. style she wore with her burgundy velvet Louis Vuitton gown at the 2023 Grammys in February.

Want to see Adele live in Las Vegas? Find tickets here.

This isn’t the first diamond ring she’s worn on that finger; the “Rumor Has It” singer sparked engagement speculation with a giant pear-shaped stone at the Brit Awards in 2022, wearing it again during one of her February 2023 Vegas shows.

That jaw-dropping Lorraine Schwartz gem — which, at the time, several diamond experts told Page Six Style appeared to be in the 10-carat range — could be worth “close to the $1 million mark,” according to Rare Carat COO Apeksha Kothari.

She showed off the 10-carat Tiffany & Co. gemstone while holding her
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