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Model Miranda Kerr poses at the 22nd annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards in Los Angeles, California October 19, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Miranda Kerr can’t help but flaunt the sparkling proof of her engagement to Snapchat co-founder and CEO Evan Spiegel as the Aussie supermodel shared yet another photo of her massive diamond ring on Instagram.

The 33-year-old bride-to-be displayed her whopping diamond engagement ring as she shared a selfie on the photo and video-sharing app on Sunday. The Kora Organics founder used Snapchat’s gold butterfly crown filter to accentuate her curls yet her massive engagement ring draws everybody’s attention.


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The photo captioned “Sunday fun day” was posted Monday though it was not clear if Kerr was with her billionaire fiancé. It was the second time that Kerr brandished her 2.5 carats round diamond ring after accepting the 26-year-old tech genius’ marriage proposal on July 20. The engagement ring features a round diamond stone flanked by a tapered diamond baguette set on white gold. The giant ring is estimated to be worth US$55,000 (AU$71,500).


I said yes!!! ❤ ️_ ❤ ️_ ❤ ️

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The former Victoria’s Secret Angels who hails from Sydney was previously married to Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom, with whom she shares a five-year-old son, Flynn. Bloom, for his part, is reportedly dating pop superstar Katy Perry.

Kerr and Spiegel reportedly first met at a Louis Vuitton dinner in California in 2014. The couple were first spotted as a couple in Los Angeles in June 2015. The pair has reportedly purchased a US$12 million mansion in Los Angeles’ Brentwood neighbourhood.

A month after accepting Spiegel’s marriage proposal, Kerr has yet to make public her wedding preparations. Meanwhile, Spiegel’s Snapchat app is facing tough competition with Instagram after the Facebook-controlled app launched Stories to mimic Snapchat’s features. (Read more: Instagram clones Snapchat with ‘Stories’)

Facebook claims that Instagram has 300 million daily users worldwide. Snapchat, according to a Bloomberg report, caters to 150 million daily users so far.