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The Bachelor 2018: Nick Cummins just flashed a HUGE engagement ring

That's one blinding sparkler!

By Bella Brennan
It's officially Bachelor premiere night and there's A LOT to take in from the first five minutes of the show.
Most importantly, did anyone just see that enormous ring Mr Badger pulled out by Larsen Jewellery?!
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During the opening teaser of what we can expect from this season of The Bachelor, we couldn't help but notice what looks to be an engagement ring.
"I see a future that is just so beautiful," an emotional Nick Cummins proclaims as he opens up a jewellery box which reveals a champagne-coloured diamond surrounded by two triangular gems and a rose-gold band.
Compared to previous seasons, this bling is certainly way more engagement-themed (never forget Snezana Markoski's burger ring) and looks far too glitzy to be a promise ring.
Behold, the ring in question.
According to the Larsen website, they specialise in "custom-made diamond engagement rings."
"At Larsen Jewellery, you can create your own unique custom design. Whether you have an idea, a picture or need some creative inspiration, together with Larsen Jewellery your vision can become a reality," they explain.
We're getting major Prince Harry vibes at the thought of Nick designing this ring himself!
So does that mean Nick gets down on bended knee during at the grand final, or is The Bachelor just click-baiting us with a faux proposal spoiler? Well, only time will tell.
"I see a future that is just so beautiful!"
But if our dear Honey Badger does indeed get wobbly knees, it would mark the second time in Bachelor history the leading man has proposed.
In 2014, Blake Garvey famously asked for Sam Frost's hand in marriage only to dump her for second runner-up Louise Pillidge just days after the finale.
Nick himself says he wouldn't rule out proposing on TV.
"For me, it's definitely possible! Diamonds aren't included, because I think it's a business venture and good marketing. [I'd] probably propose with a burger ring," he recently confessed to OK!.
Nick says he's open to dropping a knee on national TV.