Kylie Jenner doesn’t need a massive ring to celebrate her engagement to Tyga — not yet, at least! While the reality star is hoping for a giant sparkler, she’s decided not to flaunt a huge diamond just yet, in the hopes of keeping news that she’s engaged to the rapper a secret.
She has to keep SOME things private, you guys! It’s pretty hard for someone as public as Kylie Jenner to keep things quiet, but she’s doing everything possible to keep her engagement to Tyga under wraps. That includes ditching a huge diamond ring…for now! To hear more about Tyga, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
“Kylie and Tyga are keeping some things about their relationship very much on the DL right now,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “They are really enjoying how things are going. Kylie isn’t about to wear a huge, diamond engagement ring right now because she knows that means the cat would be out of the bag. They just aren’t ready for that yet.”
Instead, the reality star has been sporting a gorgeous Cartier ring, which is standing in as a “temporary place holder” until Tyga — whose album you can buy here — gives her the real thing. And when the does happen, it’s going to be MASSIVE — maybe even bigger than Kim Kardashian’s 15-carat Lorraine Schwarz sparkler!
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, the 18-year-old wants her bling to be even more fabulous than her big sister’s. “When she and Tyga finally do decide to pick out an engagement ring, it’s going to be on par with Kim’s,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Kylie compares everything about herself to Kim, so you know she wants an engagement ring that is more spectacular. Tyga may not be able to get her one that is as big as Kim’s, but Kylie really wants the diamond’s quality to be better.”
Hmmm…that might be a little difficult, considering Kim has a flawless diamond — it’s literally the best you can get. How is Tyga going to compete with THAT?!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Tyga and Kylie should keep hiding their engagement, or just come clean?
— Alyssa Norwin, reporting by Tim Plant