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Rachel Bradshaw Gets Engaged with the Trending Pear-Shaped Diamond

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RACHEL BRADSHAW, MUSICIAN AND star of The Bradshaw Bunch, announced on Instagram her engagement to her boyfriend of more than a year. The daughter of NFL legend Terry Bradshaw wrote on the post: “YES YES YES YES !!!!!!!!! 💍 😭.”

Leading up to and after the post she featured romantic photos of herself and fiancé Chase Lybbert. The ring is a knockout pear-shaped diamond with a halo of smaller round diamonds.

While some of you might not know Bradshaw, you will after you get a gander of the ring. And while there is no information as of yet on the designer of the ring, we will keep you posted if and when it becomes available.

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Bradshaw was married once before, to NFL player Rob Bironas, but sadly he died in a car crash in 2014 not long after their wedding.

In The Bradshaw Bunch reality show, you can follow Bradshaw’s dating experiences after her grieving and before she got together with the “mystery man.”

She joins other celebrities who either owned or wore large pear-shaped diamond engagement rings, including Sophie Turner, Cardi B, Margot Robbie, Paris Hilton, Emily Ratajkowski (who wears a double pear-shaped and square-shaped ring) and Victoria Beckham, whose pear shape is one of the reported 14 engagement rings that she received from husband David in 2005. And, of course, Elizabeth Taylor.

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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