For these stars, only the biggest and brightest will do.
American starlet Grace Kelly made international headlines when she married Rainier III, thereby becoming the Princess of Monaco.
But it was the Cartier 10.47-carat diamond — which would now be worth an estimated $4 million — Rainier gave his princess-to-be that really wowed tk.
married retired baseball player Joe DiMaggio in 1954, eloping to San Francisco City Hall.
While the marriage was short-lived (and ), Marilyn's platinum eternity band is still one of the most famous rings in history.
While it was certainly not her only marriage, Liz Taylor's on-again-off-again relationship with Richard Burton is certainly her most famous, having been the subject of films, documentaries, and speculation.
Of all the engagement rings Liz received in her life, the 33.19-carat diamond she received from Burton was easily the biggest.
Lady Diana and Prince Charles married on July 29, 1981, and gave birth to sons William and Harry in 1982 and 1984, respectively.
The late Princess Diana's massive 12-carat oval blue sapphire was surrounded by a whopping 14 solitaire diamonds — a breathtaking piece of jewelry fit for royalty. Now, it sits on after son William proposed with it.
A decade after meeting at the University of St. Andrews, Catherine and Prince William were married on April 29, 2011, while 300 million people watched on TV.
There it is again! This is the ring that originally belonged to the late Princess Diana. While it was first valued at $47,000, the 12-carat, diamond-surrounded sapphire is now worth an estimated $500,000.
The former Friends star got engaged to actor Justin Theroux in 2012. This past August, they hosted a surprise, backyard wedding with friends and .
Jaws dropped when Jen debuted this rock, which is a huge 8-carat diamond that took a while to "get used to." We have a feeling she loves it a whole lot more than her .
Victoria Beckham — who will always be Posh Spice to her millions of fans — and her soccer star husband David Beckham make up one of the UK's most famous couples.
Almost as famous as the couple's love are Victoria's . That's right — there have been more than one. Thirteen, in fact. This massive diamond she rocked in 2007 is one of the biggest, and undoubtedly very expensive.
Supermodel Chrissy Teigen and musician John Legend tied the knot in Como, Italy, in September 2013.
Chrissy's simple (well, relatively) wedding bands surround her huge cushion-cut diamond engagement ring, giving her look a giant dose of sparkle at all times.
Even though fans were a little sad when America's sweetheart divorced her Cruel Intentions costar Ryan Phillippe in 2007, they were excited to see her start anew with talent agent Jim Toth, whom she married in 2011.
Jim proposed to Reese with a stunning 4-carat diamond, making it the perfect accessory for the glamorous — but never over-the-top — actress.
Barrymore married art consultant Will Kopelman — son of former CEO Arie Kopelman — in June 2012. Since getting married, their family has already doubled in size, with adorable daughters Olive and Frankie arriving in September 2012 and April 2014, respectively.
Drew's ring was a gorgeous radiant-cut, 4-carat diamond, which is "really fancy" for her "funky, eclectic" personality.
When these two That '70s Show stars (who played onscreen lovers) finally got together in 2012, the show's fans cheered like crazy. They've since to their brood.
Mila's ring features a stunning round shape diamond and a simple platinum band, making this ring all about the massive rock.
After getting together in 2007, this ex-boy bander and former 7th Heaven sweetheart married one another in 2012. The best part of their wedding: Jessica skipped the traditional white dress, wearing a gown instead.
Leave it to a stylish Jessica to match her with her radiant, 18-carat diamond.
This power duo got married in 2008 and had their first child, Blue Ivy, in January 2012.
Beyoncé's incredible 18-carat flawless octagon-cut diamond ring is , making it one of the most expensive celebrity engagement rings.
After meeting on the set of Saturday Night Live in 2011, the adorable (and hilarious) pair got together. They welcomed their first son, Otis Alexander, in April 2014.
Jason gave Olivia this unique vintage find when he proposed, telling her that the emerald shade of her eyes.
In April 2014, Hollywood's quintessential bachelor shocked fans and tabloids alike by getting engaged to British-Lebanese human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin.
Even more jaw-dropping than the news of their engagement: Amal's engagement ring. The 7-carat, emerald-cut diamond is rumored to be worth $750,000 — enough to buy a house.