Emily Ratajkowski Reveals How Husband Sebastian Bear-McClard Proposed To Her
What's the first thing that springs to mind when you think of your own 'proposal story'?
Candles, flowers, your favourite restaurant, the most romantic holiday? You're on the beach, the sun is setting - that kind of crap, right?
And, surely, just surely, the world's most recognised celebs would want much more? To make me feel a little less materialistic anyway.
Well it seems not, according to Emily Ratajkowski, who was blown away by a ring made out of the paper clip from her restaurant bill. We kid you not.
She explained on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that her boyfriend, actor/producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, proposed with a paper clip ring some time before the wedding.
"He proposed to me at Minetta Tavern [an upscale restaurant in New York City], and he didn't have a ring so I was like, 'mmm, nah'," the model and actress recalled.
She added: "And then he took the paper clip that the bill was paid with and made me a ring which I actually thought was really romantic."
Six weeks ago, Emrata surprised the entire internet and revealed she got married to her boyfriend of a few weeks - at New York City's City Hall, reports Elle.
She gave little explanation beside the few Instagram stories she posted of the wedding until she went on The Tonight Show on Tuesday and filled in some blanks.
There was no mention of how long she and Sebastian had been dating, but she did admit that the City Hall wedding hadn't been what she was always planning.
"I guess I didn't really know what I always wanted to do, which is maybe why it was so untraditional," she said.
"I wore mustard yellow suit and a black hat which was all part of my plan to not be noticed.
"Truly didn't work out quite as I'd imagined."
Holding his head trying to understand how she thought she would get away with not being seen, Jimmy joked: "Rob a bank, I mean really."
Showing the audience her wedding band, Emily explained that the pair made their rings.
She said: "We walked into Chinatown and bought a little piece of, like an ounce of gold, and he was like, 'We'll melt down the gold and make the rings'.
"Right, so I was like, 'I just don't see us melting down gold, that just seems kind of difficult'. But then he ended up going to some store in Midtown - this is the night before our wedding, by the way.
"This very nice man was like, 'I know how to do that'. So we came into his studio after hours and we actually hammered them out, the whole thing, used a little blow torch."
She continued: "They were supposed to be temporary rings but now I'm very attached and I really don't want to get rid of [mine]. I just feel like making it yourself, like could you be more personal, really?"
We also see she doesn't completely shut down any suggestion of kids. NOTED.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/emrata