Christina Perri, who penned the romantic ballad “A Thousand Years” from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, needn’t croon about waiting for her love any longer. Her boyfriend, Paul Costabile, just proposed with one very romantic engagement ring.
Costabile, who works for The Hollywood Reporter, shared his own adorable announcement over on Instagram, saying, “I knew I wanted to ask this girl to marry me the day she walked into the green screen for an interview almost four years ago. I finally asked her right here tonight and she said yes!!!”
When it came to popping the question, rather than opting for a more traditional style, like Katie Cassidy’s classic marquise-cut diamond, Costabile chose a round diamond with an eye-catching band that is totally fitting for his bride-to-be.
The 30-year-old singer gave us an up close and personal look at her new bling, which featured a unique, V-shaped design, on social media, writing, “Paul asked me to marry him tonight and I said yes!”
It’s the perfect accessory to the delicate silver bands she was already sporting, not to mention those adorable finger tats, with one in the form of a heart-shaped peace sign and one in the shape of a light bulb (she reportedly has more than 60 pieces of body art to speak of!).
We, for one, think they look great together: Congratulations to the happy couple!
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(h/t People; photos via Kevin Winter + Chelsea Lauren/Getty)