"Though we haven’t seen an official photo of the ring, the diamond looks rather large, probably about 10 carats. A high-quality diamond of that size will cost about one million dollars, which seems about right for Tiffany’s celebrity status," Denis Stepansky, Founder and Owner of ItsHot Diamond Jewelry and Watches, exclusively told OK!.
"It has been an honor to celebrate many milestones, historic occasions and create memories with my family here at the White House, none more special than my engagement to my amazing fiancé Michael! Feeling blessed and excited for the next chapter!" Trump wrote next to a picture with her new fiancé, Michael Boulos, on Tuesday, January 19.
However, the photo was too far away to get a good glimpse of the new jewelry.
The Daily Mail obtained pictures of the 27-year-old wearing her new ring, which was designed by New York jeweler and diamond dealer Samer Halimeh, who is said to work for "the one per cent of the one percent."
A spokesperson for Halimeh told the outlet that the ring has a massive emerald-cut center tone in between two diamonds but remained tight-lipped about the price tag.
Boulos is said to have flown to Dubai with Halimeh to choose the ring. The 23-year-old is the heir to the Nigerian Boulos Enterprises, so it makes sense that he would splurge on the ring.
In the snaps, Trump posed with Halimeh and held her hand to the camera to show off the ring in the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Trump was noticeably bare-faced compared to the photo she posted online earlier in the day, which suggests that the bride-to-be may have been emotional when Boulos popped the question.
The couple has been discussing marriage for a while now, as they were spotted at Halimeh’s London store in June 2019, but the blonde babe left with a $663,000 diamond "friendship" bracelet instead of a ring.
There's no word yet on when Trump and Boulos will tie the knot.