Kim Kardashian’s Engagement Ring Details (Photo)

Kim Kardashian's Engagement Ring Details (Photo)

In case you were curious about the details surrounding reality star Kim Kardashian’s ginormous rock from basketball player Kris Humphries, then Earsucker has you covered! Yes, we are a fountain of uselessful information!

As you may have already heard, Kris proposed to Kim in her bedroom (for the cameras, we’re sure) with a diamond that boasts a total of 20.5 carats. The ring is said to be worth a whopping $2 million! Is she really worth all of that? But we’re sure that they’ll make it up in famewhoring out their engagement, wedding and possible babies.

Now, we’ve got the scoop on the inscription on the expensive ring. Kris said, “It’s engraved, with two things from the Bible. There’s one verse [Proverbs 31: 10-31] about the perfect godle woman. The other [1 John 3:18] is about love. It took me…a few days to pick them out and research the perfect ones.”

He went on to reveal that the third inscription says, “K [hearts] K”. Ugh. Did he fail to include “K+K=$” somewhere on the inside of that beast?

People magazine has more:

Before proposing, Humphries sought guidance from one of Kardashian’s closest friends, publicist Jonathan Cheban. “I know all her girlfriends but he’s her only guy friend,” the basketball star says. “I wanted to ask him what he thought. A while ago, I called him and told him, ‘I have to do this, I have to propose, I want to do this now!’” But he held out. “I was going to do it on a vacation we took but the timing wasn’t right,” he explains. “[So when] Kim was in Miami doing a QVC thing … Jonathan came to L.A. and we just hung out and talked about [the proposal]. We set some things up.” Not only did Humphries plan the proposal in advance; he picked up the engagement ring early, too. “I got the ring a while ago,” he admits. “I had it for a few weeks.” He must’ve had a good hiding spot!

Something tells me that this isn’t the last we’re going to hear about this eccentric piece of jewelry. What do you think?

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