JoJo Fletcher’s season of The Bachelorette ended as predictably as possible. Despite the producers’ last-minute attempts to paint Robby Hayes in a good light (seriously, does the dude own socks?!), Jordan Rodgers got the final rose. And while roses are dandy, we need to talk about the real prize in this situation – JoJo’s blingy new engagement ring.
Jeweler Neil Lane made his finale episode cameo right on cue, and both Jordan and Robby selected gorgeous diamond rings for their girl.
Robby went for a cushion-cut stone flanked by tapered baguettes with diamonds on the band.glamour.com
Jordan opted to go with a oval-cut center stone in a four-prong setting with band that’s filled with more diamonds.glamour.com
If you ask me, JoJo definitely picked the winner (in the ring department, at least). She could not stop looking at it!
In an interview with People, JoJo said Jordan picked the exact style of ring that she wanted, one that Jordan said was an easy pick.
“I knew exactly which one,” he said.
“It’s so nice that I can actually wear it now!”] JoJo added.
Although Jordan is presumably unemployed (not sure if “former NFL player” pays the bills), the Neil Lane stunner probably came for free.
According to Wet Paint, “Neil Lane is a sponsor of ABC’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, so it’s likely that, as part of their sponsorship, the jeweler to the stars graciously donates the engagement ring in the event that one is offered during the final rose ceremony.”
We don’t have a number on the ring’s price yet, but considering that Lauren Bushnell’s new jewelry from Ben Higgins last year cost a whooping $100,000, JoJo definitely made out like a bandit from this whole situation.