Christina Hendricks announced that she and boyfriend George Bianchini are engaged.
“We proposed to each other and we said yes!!!,” the “Mad Men” actress captioned a sweet snap of the pair on Friday. “I will love and care for him forever.”
The couple met while working on the set of NBC’s “Good Girls,” which aired from 2018 to 2021.
Hendricks played “Beth” in the comedy-drama series while Bianchini worked as a camera operator for the series.
The actress star hasn’t been shy about posting her beau online, first posting a photo with him in March 2022.
The two originally sparked dating rumors when they were seen together at Christian Siriano’s “People Are People” exhibition in 2021.
Friends flocked to the comments to congratulate the couple, including Hendricks’ “Good Girls” co-star Mae Whitman.
“YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY Mr and Mrs Seagull!!!!!!!” she wrote, while her “Mad Men” co-star January Jones added, “Yayayayayayay!!!!!❤️❤️❤️”
“Christina!!! I love you, so happy for you both ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️,” “2 Broke Girls” star Kat Dennings wrote on the announcement post.
“Queer Eye” star Tan France also showed his support for the happy couple, commenting, “OMG!!!!! I’m so, so happy for you both!!! ❤️”
Hendricks, 47, was previously married to actor Geoffrey Arend from 2009 to 2019. The two were introduced by Hendricks’ “Mad Men” co-star Vincent Kartheiser in 2007.
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The couple filed for divorce in December 2019, addressing the split on Instagram.
“Twelve years ago we fell on love and became partners,” Hendricks and Arend wrote in the joint statement.
“We joined our two amazing families, had countless laughs, made wonderful friends and were blessed with incredible opportunities,” they continued, adding, “Today, we take our next step together, but on separate paths.”
“We will be taking time to rediscover ourselves in this transition,” it continues. “We thank you for your patience and support in giving us the space to do so.”
Bianchini — whose dating history is currently unknown — has worked on other TV series such as “Inventing Anna,” “The Peripheral” and “The Time Traveler’s Wife.”