Paris Hilton loses $2million engagement ring in stranger’s ice bucket

Paris Hilton loses $2 million engagement ring in stranger's ice bucket
Paris Hilton remained in tears when she lost$2million engagement ring(

Image: Getty, Rex/Shutterstock )Paris Hilton was out having a boogie in Miami, when she unexpectedly found she lost her $2 million(₤ 1.5 million) engagement ring.According to Page Six, in the early hours of Friday morning, the 37-year-old had her fiance Chris Zylka and the club security searching the VIP area low and high for her missing jewellery.Luckily for the TV character, her ring was discovered in somebody else’s ice container at the former soda factory RC Cola Plant.We have no

concept how it got there, the only explanation is if it flew off the star’s finger and slid across the room while she was tearing up the dance floor.

Paris Hilton loses $2 million engagement ring in stranger's ice bucket
She lost it while out partying in Miama (Image: Getty Images)

According to the publication, Hilton ‘waited nervously in floods of tears’ while he beau was ‘astonishingly calm’ while browsing the venue.The pair got engaged simply after the brand-new year and Hilton announced their pleased news in an Instagram post in January 2018. In the caption, she wrote

:’ I stated yes’followed by a selection of photos including Zylka down on one knee.She included:’I seem like the luckiest girl worldwide

! ‘Previously this month, the star opened up about her relationship and revealed how the set keep their romance alive.She told United States Weekly:’We’re together 24/7. We’re never been apart

for more than a couple of hours. It’s date night every day and every night. ‘Hilton added:’I can’t wait to have my own daughter one day and

to dress her like me. That’s the meaning of life, simply to have a family.’And I see how pleased the children make my sibling, so I can’t wait for that a person day.’Got a story?If you’ve got a story, video or images get in

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