To use an analogy, never the bride - always the bridesmaid, Luisa Zissman has this week, quite literally, become the bride. In 2013 she hit the limelight by becoming runner up in the BBC hit reality tv program The Apprentice. Now, a year later, she has just got engaged to her millionaire boyfriend Andrew Collins. He whisked her away to the French capital Paris, to propose at the top of the Eiffel Tower. A very romantic proposal indeed.
She was delighted to show off her sparkler, which is a mammoth 8 carat Ashoka cut diamond, bought from Boodles, and looks to me like it's worth a small fortune. So, this week I was contacted by no less than four publications to comment on her beautiful ring. Some of the clippings are below together with her ring. And as you can see this is why they nickname diamonds, rocks. The sheer size of it is remarkable. My estimate is a conservative £1.5million and I feel that's justified.
Here are clippings from Two publications, one is Reveal (above) and the other is The Daily Mail (below). I was also asked to comment by Hello Magazine and OK Magazine. She is clearly a very popular young lady. I wish them both many happy years together. Congratulations.
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