Lily Allen and David Harbour married: Engagement ring from Stranger Things star
Lily Allen is the British singer known for tongue-in-cheek hits like “It’s Not Fair” and her partying ways in her younger years. Now the star has tied the knot with American actor David Harbour.
Lily and David wed in a ceremony in Las Vegas. Both the bride and groom looked stunning in their outfits, Lily wearing a vintage white belted dress and David in a navy suit.
They celebrated after the ceremony with burgers from California’s legendary In-N-Out.
Lily has been teasing fans with a potential engagement for weeks wearing a huge ring on her hand.
However, she did not confirm any plans to marry on her social media accounts.
She did appear to confirm an engagement in May, although not in so many words.
She was previously married to Sam Cooper, who proposed on Christmas day.
The ring was a another brilliant cut diamond, this time set on a platinum band with baguette diamonds either side.
Lily posted snaps from her wedding to David with heart emojis for a caption.
She revealed the wedding was officiated by an Elvis impersonator, a typical Las Vegas wedding tradition.
The wedding came after a holiday to Croatia, from which Lily shared pictures of David playing with her daughters.
The family chartered a boat of the occasion, it seemed.
Lily wrote: “Bye bye Croatia. We had the best time, will definitely be back. Special shout outs to our amazing crew on our amazingly beautiful vessel Nostra Vita and @goolets for sorting everything out for us so last minute. Trip of a lifetime for sure.”
One Direction singer Liam Payne’s fiance Maya Henry’s engagement ring is a whopping £3million emerald-cut diamond engagement ring.
A rock this size would be hard for anyone to miss and the price is equally massive.
More details about the ring are yet to emerge, however, it appeared to be a relatively simple design.
It boasts a huge emerald cut diamond, a currently pretty fashionable shape, on a platinum or white gold band.
Maya is a model from Texas, who has claimed she dreams of becoming a human rights or personal injury lawyer.