- Kourtney Kardashian said on “The Kardashians” that she accidentally broke her engagement ring.
- Her mom told Kris Jenner that she put it on the floor in her closet and stepped on it.
- Kardashian said her fiancé Travis Parker designed the ring and chose his stone.
Kourtney Kardashian said she accidentally broke her engagement ring, calling it “one of the worst things I’ve done in my entire life.”
And on the fifth episode of “The Kardashians” that aired Thursday, Kardashian told her mom, Kris Jenner, that the ring had been repaired after he stepped on it.
“I was sitting on my floor, folded my sweaters and took off my ring, and put it next to me on the floor as if I thought it would be safe next to me,” Kardashian said.
“Come to the piercing line,” Jenner said, interrupting Kardashian.
“Then I had to bring something over my closet, and when I stepped down, I got on the ring,” Kardashian said. “I was like, ‘I was crying hysterically in my closet for hours.’ Then Travis called and said, ‘You did a really bad thing.’ “
Kardashian said Parker took the news kindly and dealt with it “the best”, but the incident left her having a “nervous breakdown”.
“This is the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in my life, and how can I do that?” Kardashian wondered, saying that Parker designed the ring and chose her stone with her in mind.
Parker He was proposed to Kardashian in October 2021 at a beach in Montecito, CaliforniaKneeling on one knee in the middle of an extravagant floral display. The suggestion was The focal point of the fourth episode of the programme, The Kardashian and Parker families appear surprised after the couple were engaged.
After Kim Kardashian and Parker’s daughter Atiana De La Hoya shared photos of the episode on social media, Insider said, And they estimated the value of the ring at about one million dollars. Since the engagement, Kardashian has also She shared pictures of her ring on social media.
“I’ve never met a better human being in my life, like-minded, and just everything,” Kardashian said of her fiancé during episode five of the show.
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