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Hailey Baldwin Shows Off New Wedding Ring Set with Justin Bieber — Take a Look

The two rings came from Tiffany & Co.

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Hailey Baldwin, who married singer Justin Bieber for the second time last week, took to Instagram to show off her new wedding set.

She shared a photo of two Tiffany & Co. diamond wedding bands along with her oval-cut diamond engagement ring, People magazine reports.

According to the magazine, the wedding rings are “a Tiffany Soleste 18-karat gold diamond-encrusted band (valued at $3,125) and a Tiffany Soleste 18-karat gold and diamond V-ring (valued at $2,150).”

With the Instagram Stories post, Baldwin wrote “Love my wedding band set” and “thank you @tiffanyandco.”

Page Six has reported that the engagement ring includes a diamond of about 6 carats. It would likely retail for approximately $400,000, according to Andrew Brown, president of WP Diamonds.

The couple’s second wedding was a small (but star-studded) ceremony that took place in South Carolina.

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