Iggy Azalea Shows Off 7 Diamond Eternity Bands From New Beau French Montanablog
Only one month into their whirlwind romance, Aussie singer Iggy Azalea is wearing seven diamond eternity bands from American rapper French Montana.
The couple started dating in August, but already the diamonds are symbolizing that Montana is looking to take the relationship to the next level. In fact, in an Instagram post aimed at her 9.3 million followers, the 26-year-old Azalea seemed to lightheartedly joke that the 31-year-old Montana is looking to “pressure her” into a permanent commitment.
“He told me pressure makes diamonds,” she captioned an Instagram selfie showing seven diamond eternity rings sharing three fingers on her right hand.
The post included tags for Montana and jeweler Iceman Nick, along with heart and diamond emojis. Azalea’s Instagram fans seemed to be impressed, as the post earned 112,000 Likes.
From the photo, it appears as if the eternity bands represent a fun assortment of metal colors and diamond shapes.
Her middle finger pairs a band of baguette-cut diamonds in yellow gold with a ring with slightly larger round diamonds set in white gold.
The ring finger has a stack of three bands. At the top, a unique shared-prong round diamond ring in white gold is stacked on top of two yellow gold bands, one featuring round diamonds in a four-prong setting and the other with smaller round diamonds in a similar setting.
Her pinky lights up with two bands of prong-set, princess-cut diamonds in white gold.
Azalea bounced back quickly from her failed engagement to professional basketball player Nick Young. The couple had been engaged June 1, 2015. The $500,000 engagement ring featured an 8.15-carat fancy intense yellow cushion-cut diamond embellished by a halo of white diamonds. The couple broke up this past June.
The “Fancy” singer is expected to release her second studio album, Digital Distortion, later in 2016, while Montana is set to release his second studio album MC4 on October 14.
Credits: Photos via Instagram/thenewclassic.