Woman's plea for help finding lost engagement ring is going viral

The ring and the couple (Photo: Twitter courtesy Ruth Bamber)
The ring and the couple (Photo: Twitter courtesy Ruth Bamber)

A travel buff named Ruth Bamber has sent a public plea to the internet, begging for help finding her engagement ring, and it’s going viral fast.

She shared a photo of herself, her finacee Justin Sutcliffe, and her lost ring on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. She writes that she left her ring “on the shelf above the sink in the upstairs ladies toilets at Remarkables Ski Area” on Thursday.

The engaged couple appears to have been enjoying a joyous ski holiday in the Queenstown, New Zealand area where Remarkables Skifield is based, when Bamber accidentally left her ring in the bathroom after washing her hands (because almost all of us have done this, right?).

Perhaps in hopes of inspiring the return of the ring, the distraught bride-to-be wrote, “It’s really not worth a lot of money, the value of my ring is purely sentimental.”

Her post on Twitter has been shared almost 400 times as of this story, and the replies are all wishing her well.

She also again emphasized the sentimental value of the ring in a follow-up post.

People from all over the world are sending positive messages and wishing her luck finding her ring.

One person even made a tribute to the ring with Bamber and her fiance’s faces on top.

We’ve reached out to Bamber for more information about her lost ring and will update this story when we hear back.

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