Newly-engaged Maya Jama flashes her diamond ring and teases a glimpse of her lacy bra in sultry selfies
She recently got engaged to NBA star Ben Simmons.
And Maya Jama flashed her diamond engagement ring as she posed for some busty selfies on Wednesday.
Taking to her Instagram account, the presenter teased fans with a glimpse of her lacy black bra as she uploaded a slew of snaps.
Bling: Maya Jama flashed her diamond engagement ring as she posed for some busty selfies on Wednesday
The presenter looked incredible as she cut a casual figure with the relaxed look.
Maya brought attention to her ample cleavage as she purposely left the zip on her top slide down beneath her bust.
Adding some bling, the stars flashy engagement ring took centre stage while Maya looked sophisticated donning a diamond cross necklace which added to the dazzle.
Wow: Maya brought attention to her ample cleavage as she purposely left the zip on her top slide down beneath her bust
Her long mane of curly hair tumbled down onto her shoulders as she donned a full face of make-up as she posed confidently for the sultry selfies.
She finished her look with a swipe of red lipstick while adding a brown and white baseball hat for some flair.
The post comes after Maya got engaged to basketball player Ben over Christmas after seven months of dating after he proposed in his home country of the United States.
Trendy: She finished her look with a swipe of red lipstick while adding a brown and white baseball hat for some flair
The Sun recently claimed the pair had only told close friends and family the alleged happy news.
Maya spent Christmas at Ben’s £3.7million mansion in Moorestown, New Jersey and were pictured out together on Thursday after the basketball player was transferred to the Brooklyn Nets.
A source told the publication: ‘Ben adores Maya and has fallen head over heels for her. He picked up the ring on Jewelers’ Row in the diamond district of Philadelphia the day before he proposed.
Wedding bells: The post comes after Maya got engaged to basketball player Ben over Christmas after seven months of dating after he proposed in his home country of the United States
They added: ‘Ben was so excited, but they’ve decided to keep the news low-key and tell only those closest to them. Maya flew to New Jersey to spend Christmas with him and is still there now.
‘They had a small family gathering last weekend and announced their engagement.’
Experts have valued Maya’s emerald-cut diamond engagement ring at £600k ($800k).
Maya and Ben were first romantically linked in June, after they were seen together on a night out at restaurant Sexy Fish in London.
The couple went public while kissing in the stands at Wimbledon in front of the world’s media, as they stopped by the annual tennis tournament.
Ben previously dated Kendall Jenner, 25, but the pair called things off in May 2019 after months of dating on-and-off.
Maya, meanwhile, dated rapper Stormzy for four years, with the pair splitting the same year – ending their relationship in order to focus on their careers instead.
The two stars had been one of the most popular couple in showbiz prior to their shock split, with the stunning presenter moving out of their shared home shortly after her 25th birthday celebrations.
Stormzy seemed to address rumours he had strayed in his subsequent music releases – with his song Lessons said to be about the heartbreaking split and lyrics confessing that he had ‘done the dirt’ on the TV star.
However, the award-winning musician later revealed he hadn’t been unfaithful throughout his relationship but instead, admitted to showing ‘disrespect’ to his famous ex.
‘If there was a box of what a good woman is, she ticks every one, she’s amazing. But I didn’t cheat on her. I actually didn’t cheat,’ he told HOT 97 at the start of 2020.
‘Don’t get it twisted, I’m still definitely an a***hole. 100%, that’s a fact. I’m an a***hole. But I thought now was a good time to say that I didn’t cheat on my ex.’
Sporting star: Ben is an Australian professional basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets and recently transferred from the Philadelphia 76ers