Our broke girl is now a not-so broke wife.
A huge congratulations are in order for Kat Dennings and Andrew W.K, who have officially tied the knot. The couple threw a big, traditional wedding at their home in Los Angeles back in, and as we take in the beautiful pictures from the big day, we can’t help but reflect on the ring that sealed the deal.
The singer proposed to the actress, best known for her roles in 2 Broke Girls and Thor, back in 2021 with a three stone engagement ring.
Here’s everything you need to know about Kat’s ring.
What does Kat’s Engagement ring look like?
Kat Dennings’ engagement ring is nothing short of a masterpiece. The three stone engagement ring features an emerald-cut diamond as its centerpiece, flanked by two diamonds on either side.
The central diamond, estimated to be between 3-4 carats, commands attention with its timeless and elegant emerald cut. Known for its sleek lines and rectangular shape with trimmed corners, the emerald cut not only adds a touch of vintage charm but also emphasizes the stone’s natural brilliance.
Flanking the central diamond are two trapezoid diamonds, each approximately 1 carat. These side stones complement the emerald cut perfectly, adding symmetry and balance to the ring’s overall aesthetic. The trapezoid shape, with its unique four-sided silhouette, creates an alluring visual harmony with the emerald cut.
Beyond the aesthetics, the choice of a three-stone engagement ring is symbolic. Often regarded as representing the past, present, and future, the three stones encapsulate the journey of a couple’s relationship. In this context, the ring becomes a poignant emblem of the couple’s shared history, their present bond, and the promising future they anticipate together. We’re not crying, you’re crying.
How much is Kat’s engagement ring worth?
Ah, the question on everyone’s lips — how much would Kat’s ring set me back? While we can’t give you the exact figure, we can certainly make an educated guess.
The center diamond looks to be three to four carats, whilst the large side stones are around one carat each. With that in mind, I’d give this a retail value of around $150,000.
Not too shabby for a broke girl. Congratulations to the happy couple!