Love Is Blind engagement rings worth over £260k says expert as Netflix show returns

The third season of Love Is Blind has dropped on Netflix and just like the previous two series, it's sent viewers into a spin.

The reality dating show sees single men and women look for love without actually seeing the faces of their possible match.

And while some fans were left wondering which couples have stayed together, others are wondering just where the engagement rings come from – and, of course, how much they're worth.

Jewellery experts at Steven Stone have researched the answers to your pressing questions, and revealed the eye-watering cost of the diamond rings.

The show's creator Chris Coelen previously told Variety that most of the cast do not come with their own rings, saying: “If they want to propose and want to have a ring to give, we provide — up to a certain level — a ring for them to do that with.

"If they choose to do that, we actually give choices. There are, like, 10 or 12 different styles and colours. It’s up to them, they don’t have to. There’s no pressure to do that."

And when it comes to the value of these rings Zack Stone commented: “Although it’s really difficult to get a detailed look of the rings when watching the show, Lyanna gave us a really good close up of hers in season two.

"Her engagement ring looks to feature a 2ct oval diamond on a pave set band – a ring like this could have a value of around $30,000 (£26,882).

"Using Lyanna's ring as an example, the ten engagement rings could be worth more than $300k (£268,824) when their value is combined. We can't wait to see the rings from season three!"

Earlier this year some show insiders opened up about the realities behind-the-scenes of the hit Netflix series, with one saying that contestants " are paid little if anything" and insisted "they are truly in it to find love."

And season one contestant Kenny Barnes revealed that during filming the participants weren't exactly living the most lavish life.

He said: "We slept in trailers and they were correctional-facility beds. The design was to just strip us down from our comfort level."

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