Imposters's lead Parker Young popped the question to his longtime girlfriend, Stephanie Weber, and she said yes! They are also expecting a baby girl.
The 29-year-old actor, who plays Richard in the Bravo TV series, in an interview said he is now engaged with Weber, who he has known since high school. Young narrated he decided to propose to his muse on Feb. 24, during the baby's gender reveal.
It looked like Weber was in for a double celebration at the time. What's more, Young revealed he is excited to embark on this new yet wonderful journey with his girl.
"As a man who has been raised by an incredible mother, I have so much love and respect for women. It's amazing knowing I'm about to have a daughter. We are so grateful #thefutureisfemale," Young said.
It can be deduced that he is more than ready to be a father. After all, Young had been showy about his love and vocal in taking care of his pupper, Stella, who also has a fair share of space in his Instagram account.
"Saturdays are for the boys. Sundays are for Stella," he captioned one photo of him and the dog in the bed.
Or maybe he's just a fan of dogs. Nonetheless, Young probably now had some inkling on how to take on such a big responsibility.
Meanwhile, their story is one of those that lasted a series of challenges including long distance. Weber, who is a creative director for Satao's Keeper, and Young met more than a decade ago in high school.
Weber and Young also had times when they split and later get back together. Alas, their relationship endured the roller-coaster ride, even as the latter had to move to Los Angeles from Arizona to follow his career.
Their professed love for each other can be noticed as well in their social media accounts. On Sept. 2 last year, Young wished Weber a happy birthday and shared a photo of them in the snow, smooching.
The proud couple have also graced red carpets together. During a guest stint in Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Young admitted Weber has a complete access of his phone and added he does not hide anything.
"We have a 21st century relationship," he explained.
The hunk actor is credited for his role in ABC's Suburgatory. Young also played Randy Waits in Fox's now-defunct comedy show Enlisted. Of recent, he appeared in the Melissa McCarthy-starrer The Boss.