Diamonds may last forever, but sadly not all relationships do — especially on "The Bachelor."
In the history of the long-running ABC reality show, only three of the final couples have gotten married (though even more marriages have come out of the spin-off show "Bachelor in Paradise"). So what happens to those gorgeous Neil Lane diamond engagement rings that the contestants propose with?
Kufrin revealed the behind-the-scenes tidbit on the "Bachelor Party" podcast earlier this week.
"I will say there is a ring graveyard," she explained on the Dec. 12 episode. "They get to keep them all locked away, hidden from everyone — all the scorned rings."
It's not too surprising the contestants don't get to keep the jewels — the custom-designed rings can be valued at up to $100,000.
Kufrin, who got engaged to "Bachelor" Arie Luyendyk Jr. on the season 22 finale, received a Neil Lane diamond ring and a rose, but returned the rock to Luyendyk when he famously dumped her on-camera in one of the show's most cringe-worthy episodes.
And while Kufrin said that she returned the ring because she didn't want a "pity diamond," it's been highly publicized that the show's contract stipulates that if a couple is not together a couple of years after the finale, the ring must be returned to the show.
Kufrin had a second chance at love when she returned as "The Bachelorette" and gave her final rose to medical sales rep Garrett Yrigoyen, who proposed to her on a trip to the Maldives with, yep, another Neil Lane sparkler.
Here's hoping this one stays far away from the "graveyard."