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Lily Collins’ engagement and wedding rings allegedly stolen after spa visit


Lily Collins is without her most sentimental jewelry after it was allegedly stolen after a spa visit.

As noted TMZTHE Emily in Paris star was enjoying a day at the spa at the West Hollywood Edition Luxury Hotel and Spa in Los Angeles. (Perhaps a post-Met Gala relaxation session?) But when she returned to collect her things after her spa services, she found her engagement and wedding ring missing, along with a few other belongings, including electronic devices. TMZ reports that there were no signs of forced entry and that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the matter. They reportedly listed the value of the items as “over $10,000”.

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Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images

Collins got engaged to her manager husband, Charlie McDowell, in 2020. McDowell proposed a one-of-a-kind personalized rose-cut diamond by jeweler Irene Neuwirth, which Collins showed off on Instagram to announce the happy news. “Thank you for creating the most beautiful ring I have ever seen,” MacDowell told Neuwirth in a comment.

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“Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for the most beautiful and perfect ring. It’s breathtaking,” Collins added, clearly thrilled with her engagement ring. After the proposal, Collins showed off the new jewelry on Living with Kelly and Ryan, telling the hosts: “I was very surprised by that, but it’s exactly what I would have wanted and he knew me so well, obviously.”

The couple tied the knot in Telluride in 2021, Collins wearing a stunning long sleeve lace Ralph Lauren dress with a lace hooded cape.

Collins didn’t share any information about the theft, but it’s clear the pieces mean a lot to her on a sentimental level, so we’re hoping the missing jewelry returns to her soon.

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