Do you remember Kate Hudson’s emerald-cut diamond stunner received from Matthew Bellamy in April 2011? It’s been almost four years since their engagement, and the couple continues to celebrate their longtime commitment and lives together. With every year passing by, Hudson and Bellamy seem more in love with one another.
Looks like Kate is following in her mother’s, Goldie Hawn, footsteps. Hawn has been in a relationship with actor Kurt Russell since 1983. Similar to Hawn having a son with Russell, Kate gave birth to a baby boy in the same year she got engaged to her rockstar beau Bellamy.
Lately, Kate was spotted flaunting a new gorgeous ring on her engagement ring finger at the 2014 Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles. Her ring consists of a huge deeply saturated emerald set in a halo pattern, surrounded by dainty forever brilliant diamonds, on a diamond-encrusted band. Kathryn Clark, a diamond expert and jewelry enthusiast, describes her emerald to be a Zambian origin with a rich green color. No matter if you are a jewelry enthusiast or not, you cannot help, but admire her work of art.
The charity event, Baby2Baby, appeared to be a family occasion for Kate Hudson as she was accompanied by her mom and Mr. Russell. Hudson has been an active member of Baby2Baby organization, which supplies necessary baby care to children up to twelve years old.
However, this isn’t the first time Kate is seen wearing a different engagement bling. The actress donned a vintage-inspired ruby ring to celebrate her Little Black dress Collection in April of this year. Undoubtedly, she has been adored for her stylish clothing and accessories. All three of Kate’s e-finger rings, including the emerald-cut diamond, the imperial ruby and the recently seen deep green emerald, look ravishing, complimenting her style and personality.
Some say her most recent is an ‘Upgrade ring’. What are your thoughts? Do you think her emerald-diamond halo ring is an upgrade ring or just hype? Post your comments about Kate Hudson’s new e-ring, and tell us what gemstone you own or would desire on your ring finger.