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Bethenny Frankel Is Rocking a $1M+ Engagement Ring

She’s engaged to Paul Bernon.

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Reality TV star Bethenny Frankel is sporting a new diamond ring, and experts say it may be worth $1 million.

The former star of “The Real Housewives of New York” recently got engaged to Paul Bernon, who is a film producer and real estate developer.

The sparkler appears to be “a three-stone ring that features a huge 8- to 10-carat emerald-shaped center stone set with two smaller emerald accent diamonds,” said Apeksha Kothari of RareCarat.com, according to Page Six. Kothari said the ring could be worth up to $1 million, if the diamonds are natural.

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Kathryn Money of Brilliant Earth told Page Six is likely worth “approximately $750,000 to $1,000,000+” depending mainly on the caracteristics of the center stone.

The Daily Mail, citing Kate Earlam-Charnley of Taylor & Hart, has reported that the ring may be worth $3 million.

Frankel and Bernon have been in an on-and-off relationship since 2018. Frankel recently completed her divorce from Jason Hoppy.

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