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ScarlettScarlett Johansson: The actress showed off her 11-carat ring (Image: Getty Images/ Instagram ("taffinjewelry"))

Scarlett Johansson looked stunning ComicCon yesterday in San Diego. Wearing a mesh panel jumpsuit, the 32-year-old showed off her enviable figure. But while there’s no denying she looked great, fans were more interested in something else - Scarlett’s blinging engagement ring. The actress - who recently got engaged to American comedian Colin Jost - flashed the huge, light brown diamond as she talked on stage at the Marvel Studios Panel. And onlookers couldn’t get enough of the huge rock as they rushed to Twitter to comment on it. “Holy Smokes! Scarlett Johansson Debuted Her Ginormous Engagement Ring at Comic-Con,” one fan wrote. “Not only are we getting a solo #BlackWidow but also I see Scarlett Johansson rocking her engagement ring today at the Marvel event. It looks like Emerald or Oval cut not sure. Maybe 3-5 Carats the diamond hmmm,” another said.

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"That's some serious ice on #ScarlettJohansson's finger,” a third wrote.

“Beautiful,” a fourth wrote sharing a ring of the diamond dazzler.

Where is Scarlett’s ring from?

The 11-carat egg-shaped light brown diamond is believed to be the work of Taffin’s James de Givenchy. It is estimated to cost around $400,000, which is equivalent to £321,000.

It’s the first time the Black Widow star has worn the rock in public since Jost popped the question in May. The proposal came just two years after the couple started dating in

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