Helen Flanagan is engaged.
The "Coronation Street" star is set to tie the knot with her partner Scott Sinclair in the near future after he got down on one knee at Disneyland on Thursday (31.05.18).
Taking to Instagram, the 29-year-old footballer uploaded a photograph of him down on bended knee with a ring in his hand in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle.
He captioned the shot: "She said YES (sic)."
The couple - who have been dating since 2009 - have three-year-old daughter Matilda together and another little one - believed to be a girl - on the way.
And Helen and Scott are already planning to have a third child, but the 27-year-old actress doesn't want to get pregnant again for at least another couple of years.
She said recently: "I definitely want another baby but I'm going to wait until I'm in my thirties, after we're married. I've pointed Scott in the right direction for an engagement ring. We've been together for nearly nine years and we'll soon have two kids, so it's about time. But I want to have a romantic proposal, first of all."
The brunette beauty hasn't had the easiest of pregnancies this time around as she feared for her own and her unborn baby's life in the first trimester when doctors told her she could be experiencing an ectopic pregnancy - in which the embryo attaches outside the uterus - after she was plagued with "very bad pains" and severe vomiting.
She said last year: "At one point the Celtic club medic came to see me and I was getting very bad pains. There was some concern I might be having an ectopic pregnancy, but I'd actually got a water infection. I was very dehydrated - I couldn't keep anything down because I was being sick all the time.
"I did end up in hospital here in Glasgow. I was there for a good few hours and they put me on a drip. I had some scans, fluids and anti-sickness injections.
"I was so poorly at this point and was prescribed some tablets. I got through my first pregnancy without having to take anything, but the nurses assured me the tablets were safe and the lightest form of medication, and they did work."