JENA SIMS gave her social media followers a glimpse of the beautiful wedding ring Brooks Koepka brought.
The aspiring swimsuit model married the four-time major champion in a stunning Caribbean wedding last week.
Brooks Koepka and Jena Sims married in the Caribbean earlier this month
Brooks Koepka and Jena Sims have been together for five years
The pair married in the Turks and Caicos after a 14-month engagement.
It was a romantic week for the couple and ended with Sims posting a photo of her wedding bed, which was decorated with a love heart made out of rose petals and the initials of their first names – J and B.
And Jena, 33, has now revealed what Koepka had added to the wedding ring.
She showed off the rings on her Instagram stories this week.
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And she explained to her followers: “Brooks put both our birthstones inside his band, with room for more.”
Koepka and Jena have been together for five years with the model calling her partner the “perfect team-mate”.
Jena recently revealed her ambition to become a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model and has submitted her application.
She even referenced how the pair met in a video announcing her entry on TikTok.
She said: “I am a firm believer in going after what you want – in fact I slid into my now husband’s DMs.
“That’s why I’m submitting for my dream job of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit rookie.”
She also spoke about her charity work to help make a difference in the world.
The 33-year-old has submitted to become a SI Swimsuit model
Jena Sims often posts glamorous photos on social media
Jena Sims urged her followers to chase their dreams
Jena Sims has been with Brooks Koepka for five years
She had been engaged to the golfer for 14 months
And the 33-year-old added: “Helping people and spreading joy really is my passion and I know that together we can create even more positive impact on the world.”
Koepka, meanwhile, is rumored to be the latest PGA Tour player to leave for LIV.
ESPN reported on Tuesday that the four-time major winner will tee it up with the likes of Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau and Phil Mickelson in the Saudi-backed series.