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First Time Flyer in Possession of an Engagement Ring...Need Help

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I am a first-time flyer from America traveling to the UK in a few weeks. My girlfriend will be accompanying me on our 2 week vacation overseas. We are touching down in the UK and boarding another plane to Scotland almost immediately after. A few days later, we will be coming back to the UK before leaving for America a few days after. Here's my question. I have an engagement ring that I plan on bringing overseas to propose to my girlfriend with, but I don't know how exactly to bring it over without raising an eyebrow with EU customs and blowing the big moment.Could I maybe put said ring in my wallet and shove my wallet into my carry-on luggage? Anyone ever had this problem before and successfully pull it off? Any help on this topic is greatly appreciated.

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