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Did Rupert Murdoch buy his fifth fiancee Ann Lesley Smith a £2 million diamond ring? Photos surface on social media

Australia-born news investor Rupert Murdoch, according to reports, has gifted his fifth fiancee Ann Lesley Smith a ring worth £2 million
Pictures of Smith wearing the ring are circulating around the web via virtual entertainment
The 66-year-old was spotted wearing the jewel ring when she and Murdoch showed up at Los Angeles air terminal

Australia-born news investor Rupert Murdoch has gifted his fifth fiancee Ann Lesley Smith a ring worth £2 million, DailyMail’s elite pictures showed. In the story, essayist Alison Boshoff refered to a few specialists who guaranteed that the piece of gems is ‘the most elite’.

Pictures of Ann Lesley Smith wearing the ring are circulating around the web via virtual entertainment.

Boshoff, in her article, reports that Smith is wearing a 11-carat jewel wedding band. The story further adds that the 92-year-old Murdoch picked the ring by and by and introduced it to Smith on Walk 17.

Murdoch is locked in to wed for the fifth time, according to a report by New York Post. The news tycoon told the newspaper: “I was exceptionally apprehensive. I feared falling head over heels – however I knew this sounds my last, truly. It should be. I’m cheerful.

I wish I was a tabloid headline writer: RANDY RUPERT TAKES THE FIFTH. https://t.co/LouUAgMmh0

— Mike Carlton (@MikeCarlton01) March 29, 2023

His fifth fiancee was recently hitched to country-western vocalist Chester Smith as well as a radio and television chief who died in 2008. The report adds that the two reinforced over media business. Smith told NY Post: “For us both it’s a gift from God. We met last September.

I’m a widow 14 years. Like Rupert, my significant other was a financial specialist. Worked for nearby papers, created radio and Channels and advanced Univision. So I communicate in Rupert’s language. We share similar convictions.”

The 66-year-old was spotted wearing the precious stone ring when she and Murdoch showed up at Los Angeles air terminal this week. Contributing proofreader to Vogue and driving worldwide expert on gems Carol Woolton, according to Everyday Mail, said that the ring ‘is the most elite’.

“There is a comparative ring coming available to be purchased at Sotheby’s for £1million, however at retail that may be £2million. It’s fascinating that it’s so customary. The strength of the jewel as a stone goes with the possibility of perpetually love. It recommends it’s been given by a dated heartfelt. It’s the biggest size precious stone that you could wear consistently. On the off chance that you’re getting connected as of now in your life, she will need to wear things, not lock them away in a safe,” Woolton added.

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