Actress Jenna Dewan, 39, and actor Steve Kazee, 43, are leveling up in their relationship!
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After more than a year of dating, Kazee popped the question to Dewan, who is pregnant with their first child.
On Tuesday, Dewan posted a pic of her diamond engagement ring, writing on Instagram, “lifetime to love and grow with you…you have my heart.”
Steve shared the same kissing pic, adding, “When you wake in the morning I will kiss your face with a smile no one has ever seen. When you wake in the morning I will kiss your eyes and say it's you I have loved all these years.”
Their friend Nikki Reed helped design the ring, which seems to be 2-3 carats. She wrote on Instagram, “An honor to be a very small part of this special moment. I love you both, and all I can say is your love is pure magic. And I might be biased, but that ring is gorgeoussssss!"
She added, “Steve, making this with you was such a beautiful experience. Thank you for loving Jenna the way you do."
The ring has been estimated to cost between $50,000-$100,000.
The engagement comes months after Jenna and ex-husband Channing Tatum finalized their divorce.
On Wednesday, Jenna was spotted wearing her engagement ring while out and about in Los Angeles.
A few days ago, Steve paid tribute to Jenna on Valentine's Day. He wrote on Instagram, “I love you. Thank you for being in my life. Thank you for letting me be in your daughters life. Thank you for bringing this new little life into the world. Thank you for loving me like you have. You have healed me with your heart.”
In December, “Extra's” Renee Bargh spoke with Jenna, who noted that she was “really happy” with life.
The two have been linked since October 2018, after they attended the Casamigos Halloween party together, followed by the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride.
A source previously told E!, "She was introduced to him by mutual friends and they hit it off right away. Steve treats her very well and is doing everything right. She's hopeful about the future, but not getting too far ahead of herself."