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Sparkling Shining Love Wins World’s Best Couple Title

Sparkling Shining Love Wins World’s Best Couple Title

Worldwide television star Kim Kardashian will join Lord of the Ring, international jeweler Michael Hill, to present Cameron and Shariyah Morris of New Zealand with the title of WORLD’S BEST COUPLE from, THE ULTIMATE ENGAGEMENT RING SEARCH FOR THE WORLD’S BEST COUPLE, with the prize of a stunning 22 carat princess cut diamond at a news conference on Tuesday December 14 from 11am at LAVO Restaurant and Nightclub, 39 East 58th Street, New York.

New Zealand born Cameron met U.S. born Shariyah, while working as a travel agent in Seattle. Shariayah had accepted a job as a nanny for a Seattle family and Cameron (the family’s travel agent) was asked to handle her travel arrangements. The whole romantic story can be found at http://www.my22ct.com/submission/5714/

Cameron Morris says: “Shariyah and I have been overwhelmed with the support we received from friends, family and complete strangers for our Sparkling Shining Love entry in The Ultimate Engagement Ring Search For The World’s Best Couple contest run by Michael Hill.

“Shariyah has been itching to get the 22 carat diamond ring onto her finger.” he concluded.

Following the official announcement of the WORLD’S BEST COUPLE, Michael Hill will take Cameron and Shariyah to news conferences in Toronto on Wednesday December 15 at the Rooftop, Thompson Hotel, 550 Wellington Street West Toronto and Chicago on Thursday December 16 at Michael Hill Water Tower store, 835 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago.

Thousands of couples registered from the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand competing via a series of online challenges over a six week period with the final six couples then put to a panel of judges including; Author of Sex and the City, Candace Bushnell, Author and television reporter, Kathryn Eisman, Former District Attorney and television Judge Jeanine Pirro and Michael Hill.

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