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Chaz Bono Gives Fiancée Engagement Ring

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Fresh from relative success on the latest season of Dancing With The Stars, Chaz Bono has proposed to his long-term fiancée and made their relationship even more official with an engagement ring.

Chaz, who underwent gender reassignment therapy, which was completed in May last year, had proposed to his girlfriend Jennifer Elia in 2009. However, he had not given her a ring, until he put a diamond on her finger on a recent trip to Seattle to celebrate Elia’s birthday, which was filmed for an episode of Bono’s reality show Being Chaz, which can be seen on OWN tomorrow (November 27).

Leaked footage of the show captured Jennifer’s ecstatic reaction to being presented with the huge diamond ring. It was all very romantic

Bono said,

“I wanted to pick a special place to give her her birthday present.”

It seems Jennifer Elia thought it very special indeed and now the couple are busy planning their future together, starting with a wedding ceremony. Bono, the transgender son of Cher and the late Sonny Bono, announced in May that he wanted to marry Elia within the year. Watch this space for more details of the impending wedding nuptials. As soon as we fid out more, so will you!

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