Lea Michele is gleefully engaged to Zandy Reich

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The "Glee" star took to Instagram on Saturday (28.04.18) to reveal she is set to Wednesday her fiancé Zandy Reich. The photo shows a attractive diamond ring in front of Michele's face.

Reich, who is the president of clothing company AYR, went on his knee and popped the question to Michele, he proposed the Glee alum with a 4-carat elongated radiant cut diamond ring that Reich personally designed with The Jewelers and Leor Yerushalmi of Las Vegas.

Reports first emerged the Glee star was dating her longtime friend in July past year as she was spotted holding hands with him in NY.

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Though the pair have been quite private about their relationship, Lea has posted the occasional adorable couple photo to her social media and took the same avenue to announce her engagement.

Lee Michele is engaged now!

He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of business in 2012.

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We're told the two couldn't be happier.

Lea Michele was a fan favorite the minute she appeared on screen as Rachel Berry on Glee.

Michele told PEOPLE in November 2017 that Reich helps her stay grounded. "So much to be grateful for, but mostly you", she wrote in August, 2017, a couple of days before her birthday.

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"She'll always have a big piece of her heart devoted to him, and always remembers him fondly even though it is also a sad time of the year for her".

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