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Kelly Brook wants boyfriend to propose

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Kelly Brook wants boyfriend to propose

Kelly Brook wants her boyfriend to propose to her because she's convinced he's 'The One'.

The 36-year-old star has been spotted wearing a band on her wedding ring finger, sparking speculation she and French hunk Jeremy Parisi were engaged.

However, Kelly insists the ring was a birthday gift from Jeremy and they are not betrothed to wed, but she hopes he will pop the question sooner rather than later.

In an interview in the new issue of OK! magazine, she spilled: "The ring is from Jeremy, but it was a birthday gift, not an engagement ring. I should probably take it off as people keep asking me if we're engaged. We're not engaged. We're not, though, I'd want a much bigger ring if we were! This just doesn't fit on any other finger."

When asked if she is hoping to be presented with a diamond sparkler by Jeremy, she added: "I hope so. I think he's the one. He's so lovely and family orientated. No drama, no stress."

Kelly has been engaged twice before to 'Titanic' actor Billy Zane and muscle man David McIntosh and was in long-term relationships with Hollywood action star Jason Statham, rugby player Thom Evans and England rugby player Danny Cipriani.

The brunette beauty has admitted at least one of her romances ended because of her partner's closeness to his mother.

Asked her relationship deal-breakers, she said: "Boys that are too close to their mothers, that's something I've experienced in the past."

Kelly can be seen on dating show 'It's Not Me, It's You' and though she discusses her relationship with Jeremy on the tell-all programme, she isn't too worried about his reaction because of the language barrier.

She said: "I mention Jeremy quite a bit and I make fun of him quite a lot, but he's French so he probably doesn't understand the humour."

And Kelly isn't worried about upsetting her ex-boyfriends on the show.

She said: "I don't speak to any of my exes so I haven't been able to warn them doing the show ... Enough of them sold stories on me so it's about time I got my own back."