Hilary Duff claims she thought engagement ring was fake

Pop star and actress Hilary Duff has claimed that she thought her $1 million engagement ring from Mike Comrie was a fake.

Hilary Duff has admitted she thought the diamond ring Mike Comrie proposed to her with was fake.

According to Access Hollywood, the pop singer and actress did not believe the jewel was real because it was so big.

"I was kind of scared to look at [the ring], " the former Disney star was quoted by the publication as saying.

She added: "I got a glance and it was like, are you crazy? There's no way that's real."

The couple married in the Californian town of Santa Barbara in August, six months after ice hockey star, Comrie, popped the question on a Hawaiian holiday.

The 14-carat ring reportedly cost the Canadian hockey star $1 million (£625,000), but Duff claimed she was never interested in how valuable it is.

Former singer Danni Minogue made the headlines recently after boyfriend Kris Smith proposed over the phone and the X-Factor judge is now said to be designing her own engagement ring.

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