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Olivia Palermo's Engagement Ring Is Just As Stunning As You'd Expect

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    All hail the mighty zoom lens! While we got a view of Olivia Palermo's engagement ring back in January, this week marks the first time we're able to admire its details close-up. Shocker: The bauble is gorgeous and just as perfect as you'd expect. Palermo's left ring finger is adorned with a sizable yellow diamond, two white diamonds affixed at either side, and a simple white-gold band.

    Opting for low-key nuptials, Palermo and now-husband Johannes Huebl married during a quiet ceremony in late June, for which the bride ditched the whole dress thing altogether. It was big news. Now, suddenly overnight (and thanks to the paparazzi shot shown here), the Internet is freaking out about Palermo's equally eclectic choice of jewelry, too — albeit a tad belatedly.

    Since we love yellow diamonds, too, we rounded up a few canary stunners of our own. Although, if we had to guess Olivia's style, we'd put our money on this Anna Sheffield Bea Ring. Click ahead to see for yourself.

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