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Swimsuit Model Kate Bock Shows Off Engagement Ring from NBA Star

It may be worth over $100,000.

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Model Kate Bock, known for appearing on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, has revealed her engagement ring from NBA star Kevin Love.

She showed off the sparkler in an Instagram post Sunday. People quotes Bock saying: “It’s a vintage diamond cut from the 1930s for Cartier and it’s set in a very chic vintage Cartier setting.” She said Love worked with a jeweler in London.

 

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Bock said Love, of the Cleveland Cavaliers, proposed during her birthday weekend. She turned 33.

“Well, this was the best birthday surprise I could have ever imagined,” she wrote. “I couldn’t be happier to have been asked to be a Love by my love. 🤍🤍🤍 Heart bursting all day & night,” the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit beauty, 33, gushed on Instagram.”

The ring is likely worth more than $100,000, said Mike Fried, CEO of The Diamond Pro, according to Page Six.

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