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CÉ LA VI restaurant and the World of Diamonds $2million meal includes 18-course meal and helicopter ride

Prove how deep your love and your pockets are with an exclusive proposal.

For a cool $2million (£1.4million) the CÉ LA VI restaurant and Russian jewellers World of Diamonds will help you get down on one knee.

The eight-hour experience will include a sparkling two carat ring and a meal on the LVMH-sponsored restaurant on the 57th floor of the luxury Marina Bay Sands hotel. 

The CÉ LA VI restaurant on the 57th floor of the iconic Singapore landmark Marina Bay Sands hotel and the World of Diamonds jewllers are proposing a $2 million (£1.4 million) engagement package

The CÉ LA VI restaurant on the 57th floor of the iconic Singapore landmark Marina Bay Sands hotel and the World of Diamonds jewllers are proposing a $2 million (£1.4 million) engagement package

Save from literally popping the question themselves, the restaurant will take all the planning out of the proposal so all you need to do is drop the cash and turn up.

Estimated to take eight hours, the two-person package will include a 45-minute helicopter ride over Singapore, a luxury cruise and a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce ride to the restaurant. 

Upon arrival the couple will be presented with 10,000 roses and served 18-course meal in a private restaurant with an impressive 360 degree view of the city.

The meal itself will be a decadent affair of oysters, foie gras, veal and Almas Caviar and fine wines and champagne. It will be eaten with diamond chopsticks with the diners’ names engraved on them.

Estimated to take eight hours, the two-person package will include a 45-minute helicopter ride over Singapore

Estimated to take eight hours, the two-person package will include a 45-minute helicopter ride over Singapore

The package includes a 2.08 carat ring called 'The Jane Seymour Blue Diamond Ring' after the actress  (above) best known for her performance in Bond's Live and Let Die
The rare diamond ring has already had significant interest from a number of people, including royals

The package includes a 2.08 carat ring called ‘The Jane Seymour Blue Diamond Ring’ after the actress  (above) best known for her performance in Bond’s Live and Let Die

As the evening draws to a close the couple will be presented with a 2.08 carat ring with a rose-gold plated platinum band called the ‘The Jane Seymour Blue Diamond Ring’ after the actress and a firework display will commence.

Supposedly this rare diamond ring has already received interest from a number of people, including royals. 

Karan Tilani, head of Asia for World of Diamonds told that the company had already received ‘substantial interest’ on the ring before the Ce La Vi collaboration was announced.

Any couple considering paying for the extravagant affair will go through a screening process first. 

Currently both companies are fielding questions and requests from interested parties.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3691781/Is-cost-love-2million-18-course-meal-complete-helicopter-ride-diamond-chopsticks-blue-diamond-ring-popping-question.html