Carrie Ann Inaba
"Dancing With the Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba is engaged to new fiance Robb Derringer. Above, she is pictured Sept. 30, 2015. Getty Images

“Dancing With the Stars” judge Carrie Ann Inaba became a bride-to-be when new fiancé Robb Derringer got down on one knee Wednesday. He proposed with a 3.68-carat ring.

The oval-cut diamond ring was designed by Jean Dousset, People Magazine reported. It has an 18-karat rose gold band with 120 round brilliant cut diamonds.

Derringer helped create the ring. “True love is alive and well!” Dousset told People Magazine. “Exhilarating is the best way to describe Robb’s dedication and thoughtfulness in creating the most perfect ring for Carrie Ann.”

The approximate value of the ring is $100,000, Us Weekly wrote. “The Jean Dousset–designed ring has an unusual design,” diamond expert Michael O'Connor told the publication Thursday. “The ring is a ‘wrap style,’ which means that it incorporates diamonds all the way around the band, and it nests a beautiful 3-carat, oval-cut center stone.”

Dousset makes every rings unique by adding a “Signature Stone.” So what’s special about Inaba’s ring—other than it was handcrafted by her husband-to-be-- is the inside. “Robbie” is inscribed in the ring, along with a ruby. “Carrie” is also inscribed inside the band, with a garnet for Inaba’s name.

The proposal took place on the beach where Derringer and Inaba had their first date. “We shared our desire to commit to one another for life by beginning that journey in a very intimate and private way, just the two of us, alone on the beach with a bonfire, a bottle of Aubert Chardonnay and the majestic Pacific ocean that has always been an integral force in both our lives,” the “DWTS” judge told People Magazine.

Inaba announced her engagement on Instagram Wednesday. ‪” We're so excited to share this with everyone....IT'S TRUE!” she wrote to her 167,000 followers.

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