RING-A-DING-DING RING-A-DING-DING Jamie Laing’s fiancee flaunts a massive diamond ring after proposing to the multi-millionaire.
Jamie Laing’s fiancée Sophie Habboo giant diamond ring getting engaged to the multi-millionaire:
Sophie Habboo, Jamie Laing’s fiancée, has shown off her massive diamond ring for the first time since the couple became engaged.
When former Made in Chelsea ladies’ man, 33, proposed this weekend, the 28-year-old said yes.
Sophie made sure to keep her ring finger hidden from the cameras while sharing the news with fans on Instagram.
However, she was photographed on a walk-in London with her fiancé Jamie, happily wearing her sparkler.
Jamie dropped down on one knee and proposed to Sophie with the rectangular diamond.
“I couldn’t imagine anything better than spending the rest of my life with you,” he said.
Sophie, 28, expressed her delight to her fans by saying: “WE’RE GETTING MARRIED!!!!!!! I can’t wait to be with you for the rest of my life.”
Jamie became famous on Made In Chelsea for his bad behaviour after joining the E4 programme at the age of 22. He dated and dumped a string of girlfriends.
However, when he began dating Sophie in 2019, he was able to turn his life around.
Their ups and downs were on display for all to see on the E4 show, but Jamie’s appearance on the BBC show would have been the ultimate test. Strictly — known for its ‘curse’ on relationships.
He came out unhurt and even made it to the finals with Karen Hauer last year.
He’s now declared that he’s ready to commit to Sophie, his long-term girlfriend.
Jamie McVitie, the heir of McVitie’s digestive biscuits, posted a video of the pair rejoicing while Sophie wore a hat with the words “Mrs Laing-To-Be” on the front.
Jamie previously told The Sun about his real love: “Sophie is greater than me in every single way,” he exclaims. “I’ve never been so relaxed as I am right now.” I was either ecstatic or anxious at all times.
“She makes me balanced. She’s a real hero and has stuck by my side through a lockdown and various burnouts and I will be forever grateful.”