Miranda Kerr, Orlando Bloom, Evan Spiegel, Engagement Rings

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Just like Hollywood romances, no two engagement rings are alike. Model Miranda Kerr's ring finger is proof of that. 

The 33-year-old Australian native confirmed her engagement to Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel Wednesday afternoon with a black and white photo of a stunning rock perched on her left hand. "I said yes!!!" she captioned the celebratory shot. 

Who wouldn't yes to a sparkler like that? The ring features a round diamond flanked by tapered baguettes. According to Zaven Ghanimian, CEO of Simon G. Jewelry, it appears to be set into a very classic platinum or white gold setting with a 1.75 to 2.5 carat diamond. A ring like this could have run Spiegel an estimated $75,000 to $100,000. Not that it's a hefty price tag for the self-made billionaire—$2.1 billion, according to Forbes.

"Evan surprised her when he proposed," an insider told E! News. "It was done in a very romantic setting and he said very touching words while asking her."

I said yes!!! ??????????

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But, how does the rock compare to the piece of jewelry her ex-husband Orlando Bloom gifted her in 2010? Six years ago, Kerr said "Yes!" to an oval-shaped engagement ring with a center stone surrounded by bordering diamonds set in a gold band. The band even featured smaller diamonds flanking the center arrangement.

While the former Victoria's Secret Angel and Pirates of the Caribbean actor secretly wed a month after the proposal was confirmed and welcomed son Flynn in 2011, the couple subsequently split in October 2013.

Though both rings feature side diamonds, that's really where the similarities stop. It seems Bloom opted for a far more vintage-looking style while Spiegel aimed for a sleek and modern piece. The latter design makes sense considering the 26-year-old tech mogul co-founded one of the country's most cutting-edge social media programs while he was still a student at Stanford University. 

However, his technical mind is not the only thing Kerr loves most about her husband-to-be. "He's just a really kind person and very genuine and very authentic and I really appreciate that about him," she told E! News last November. 

Congratulations to the happy couple!

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