Aditi Rao Hydari’s Engagement Ring Has Resemblance With Emily Ratajkowski’s Double-Diamond One

Aditi Rao Hydari's Engagement Ring Has Resemblance With Emily Ratajkowski's Double-Diamond One

Bollywood actress, Aditi Rao Hydari and Siddharth’s wedding rumours have been rife in the media for quite some time now. And it was just a day ago, on March 27, 2024, when reports came that the duo has already got married in an intimate wedding at the Sri Ranganayaka Swamy Temple in Telangana. Following this, the couple announced their engagement and the actress was seen flaunting her double-diamond ring. Now, we found that Aditi’s ring has an uncanny resemblance to American model and actress, Emily Ratajkowski’s one.

Aditi Rao Hydari flaunts her double-diamond engagement ring

On March 28, 2024, Aditi Rao Hydari’s man of the dreams, Siddharth took to his IG handle and posted a love-filled picture of the duo to announce their engagement. In the picture, Sidharth looked handsome in a printed t-shirt while he was seen showing off his platinum band adorned with a centre-piece diamond. On the other hand, Aditi, who was seen peeking into the frame, flaunted her double-diamond ring. The happiness for their union was visible on their faces.

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Aditi Rao Hydari’s engagement ring has a close resemblance with Emily Ratajkowski’s one

American model and actress, Emily Ratajkowski had announced her wedding with producer, Sebastian Bear-McClard on February 23, 2018. Their union garnered significant attention. However, it was Emily’s unique engagement ring that is still etched in the minds of her millions of fans. The double-diamond ring stood out for its striking design and reflected her personal style with varying expressions of her identity and values. It was designed by ace jewellery designer, Alison Chemla, of the brand Alison Lou.


While influencer and importer of precious gemstones,

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High Jewelry Houses Went for Colored Diamonds, Want to Stay Out of the Safe

PARIS — Haute couture week here offered a glittering Parisian conclusion to a season of traveling jewelry showcases, with historic houses and independent names making a reveal or giving an encore of their latest designs.

And whether used to double down on established codes or carve out new ones, color continued to dominate the collections shown last week, particularly in diamonds.

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One would have been forgiven for forgetting that yellow ones are a rarity of nature given their profusion in collections shown in Paris, starting with Graff, where many gradations were on display in the “Sunrise” line showcased in its Saint-Honoré flagship.

“Now for engagement rings, you have more ladies choosing yellow [diamonds] instead of white,” revealed design director Anne-Eva Geffroy, reminding that Laurence Graff was among the first to collect them.

The star of the exhibition was the pear-shaped 30.28-carat fancy intense yellow centerpiece diamond, flanked by a further 167 carats of yellow and white diamonds on a never-seen-before necklace. But there were plenty more, including a necklace made of a cascade of yellow pear-shaped gems that morphed into a line of rail-set baguettes, and a row of golden brilliant-cut stones lined with a second row of white.

That contrast was also front and center at Messika, where founder Valérie Messika said that the sunny hue of yellow diamonds was reinforced by their pristine counterparts, and vice versa.

The five-set first part of the “Midnight Sun” collection marked her 10th anniversary in high jewelry, casting yellow diamonds as a symbol of the “brilliance of the sun in the middle of the night” — or rather the glamorous ’70s club scene.

Beyond the reveal of stunners that included the mirror-polish Ultimate Party collar featuring a 20-carat pear-cut yellow diamond and 9-carat cushion-cut diamond “made to shine but

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