"Congratulations to the pair of you"
PrettyLittleThing founder Umar Kamani has proposed to his model girlfriend Nada Adelle in an extravagant ceremony with a £1.45 million diamond ring.
Professional photographers were there to capture Umar get down on one knee and pop the question in the Monte Carlo Opera House.
Inside the historic venue, which he hired for the occasion, it was filled with 10,000 white roses and dozens of candles.
Meanwhile, 25 musicians played ‘Beauty and the Beast’ as Nadia entered the room.
For the occasion, Nada wore a £1,790 white gown with bejewelled straps and cut-out detailing from David Koma.
The dress paired well with her ring, a 21-carat diamond sparkler flown in from New York jeweller Richard Nektalov, whose boasts clients such as Kanye West and model Bella Hadid.
Umar opted for a £4,300 Tom Ford suit that was accessorised with a £730,000 Patek Philippe watch.
Many congratulated the couple on their engagement.
England footballer Jack Grealish wrote: “Congratulations bro.”
PLT ambassador and former Love Island contestant Molly-May Hague said:
“Congratulations to the pair of you, this is so unbelievably stunning!”
The lavish proposal comes just over a year after they were seen out publicly together for the first time in March 2020.
Nada is a model who has been featured in magazines such as Look Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar. She has more than 420,000 Instagram followers.
She enjoys showcasing her jet-set lifestyle to her social media fans.
Nada has also fronted a campaign for Beyonce’s Ivy Park, as well as working with make-up brand L’Oreal.
Meanwhile, Umar is the son of billionaire Mahmud Kamani.
Mahmud founded Boohoo in 2006 and today, it has a workforce of more than 2,900, with teams in Manchester, Burnley, London, New York and Los Angeles, as well as celebrity advocates including Little Mix.
After witnessing Boohoo’s success, Umar Kamani and his brother Adam co-founded PrettyLittleThing.
The online fashion retailer typically caters to young women.
Celebrity fans include Kylie Jenner and P Diddy.
Before he founded PLT, which is expected to be worth around £2.1 billion by 2022, Umar was an amateur boxer.
He previously admitted that he only cared about partying and chasing women.
The businessman lives a very glamorous lifestyle, filled with overseas trips, flashy cars and dazzling accessories, which he regularly photographs and fills his Instagram feed with.
Umar previously said that he wanted to escape his father’s shadow and “to make as much money as possible”.
He said: “I’m a rich man’s son and that’s not what I want to be.
“So yes, I have got something to prove. I want to be the rich man. I want to be the successful person.
“If you’re going to be in competition, I would rather keep it in the family.”