Zoë Kravitz Says She Found Her Engagement Ring on Instagram

Stars, they're just like us!

Updated 11/17/18

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Zoë Kravitz is known for her impeccable style—and apparently, her fiancé is too. The actress announced her engagement a couple of weeks ago to her boyfriend of two years, Karl Glusman, and she has plenty to say about her stunning ring.

In an interview with W, the bride-to-be revealed that she found her engagement ring in the same place we all look for wedding inspiration: Instagram.

When asked if she knew what her ring would look like, Kravitz revealed, "It was actually a ring I’d been kind of fawning over from afar, and a friend of mine of whispered that into Karl [Glusman]’s ear," she said. "It’s from this antique dealer called The One I Love; I follow her on Instagram and would always look at her rings. There was one from the 18th century that I saved because I thought it was so beautiful, and I had no idea that my friend had told him about. So he he went the extra mile to get me something that I’d really love."

Kravitz re-created the famous 1988 nude photo of her mother, Lisa Bonet, on the cover of Rolling Stone's November issue. During the interview, the actress admitted that her boyfriend, Nocturnal Animals star Karl Glusman, had popped the question. "Oh yeah, I’m engaged," she told Us Weekly at the time. "I haven’t told anyone yet. I mean, I haven’t told the world."

She revealed that one of the things she loves most about her man is the fact that she feels completely like herself around him.

“I can be my weirdest self around him,” Kravitz dished of her fiancé. “It’s so relaxing to be around someone where you can be a hundred percent how you feel.”

Kravitz also opened up about how Glusman popped the question, saying that he originally planned to propose in the city of love.

“I was in sweatpants,” she said. "I think I was a little drunk. I could feel his heart beating so fast—I was like, ‘Baby, are you OK?’ I was actually worried about him!”

She continued: “He nailed it. And I love that it wasn’t this elaborate plan in Paris. It was at home, in sweatpants.”

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