Josh Duhamel, 49, gets engaged to girlfriend Audra Diane Mari, 28, two years after his divorce from singer Fergie
JOSH Duhamel is now engaged to his girlfriend Audra Diane Mari as he shared the exciting news on social media.
This comes two years after the actor and singer Fergie's shocking divorce.
The Transformers star took to his Instagram to share the news with fans alongside a photo of him and Audra on a beach.
In the snap, Josh holds a crumpled piece of paper which reads: "Audra Diane Mari, will you marry me?"
Audra is standing behind him smiling and pointing as her soon-to-be husband is doing the same.
Josh captioned it: "It’s on!! She found a message in a bottle that washed ashore and said YES!!"
People were quick to send nothing but praise as they took to the comments section to react.
One person wrote: "Congratulations! Many blessings on your marriage!" while another added, "Cute!"
Another chimed in: "I knew this was coming!!! So awesome… Congratulations!!!"
The 49-year-old and the former Miss North Dakota, 28, are believed to have been dating since 2019.
A source previously told ET: "Josh and Audra met through mutual friends and get along really well.
"The two have a great time together and are on the same page about what they want their future to be."
The now-engaged couple were first spotted together while out on a date in Malibu back in May 2019.
Five months later they seemed to confirm their relationship when they seen making out and embracing one another at Toronto International Airport.
While the movie star has kept his relationship out of the spotlight, he has made a few comments about his partner.
He previously let it slipped he was dating while on the Dan Patrick Show, leading the host to asks, "Woah, Josh Duhamel in love?"
Dan added: "Do you want to give me any details?"
The star would respond: That’s one of those things that as I was saying it I wish that I hadn’t.”
Josh's private current relationship is a stark difference from his previous one to former Black Eyed Peas member Fergie.
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