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‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Finale Yields 3 Engagements — and 3 Big Diamonds

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All rings were designed by (who else?) Neil Lane.

Us Weekly has compiled a look at the three engagement rings given as part of the “Bachelor in Paradise” season finale. On the Sept. 6 episode of the reality show, Josh Murray asked Amanda Stanton to marry him, and he presented her with a 3-carat ring reportedly worth $85,000, according to the magazine. Evan Bass and Carly Waddell also got engaged, with Waddell receiving a “3.3-carat stunner” said to cost $90,000. Lace Morris and Grant Kemp also decided to get married, and Morris is now sporting a 3.5-carat ring reportedly costing more than $98,000. All of the rings are by Neil Lane.

Read more and see photos at Us Weekly

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