Courtney Stodden is engaged.
The model and singer took to Instagram on Sunday to show off pictures of their massive engagement ring and to officially announce their 309K followers “yes”.
In a statement to Fox News, the star said: “I never thought I would get married again. But I’m here.”
They also revealed that their new fiancée, Stodden businessman and entrepreneur Chris Sheng, first announced the news on Instagram.
“I said yes … oh, and the ring just kept me gawking at how beautiful it was,” Stodden captioned the video post.
Stodden also posted an Instagram story to show off the ring that shines even more. He held it in the camera and moved closer to show off its luster.
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In January 2020, Stodden finalized a divorce from “Green Mile” actor Doug Hutchinson, three years after they called it quits. The pair made headlines when they first got together due to their huge age difference. Hutchinson is now 61. He was 51 when he married Stodden at 16.
Months later, Stodden met Brian Austin Green amid a divorce from Megan Fox, however, it faded before it became a concrete relationship.
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In a Fox News special statement in July, Stodden explained that they and Green, 46, were having fun together and suggested they stay physical until the star feels compelled to block his number.
“I blocked him after several other women he was playing with walked up to me,” Stodden said. “I stand with them and I believe them.”
“Brian wanted me to keep his little secret,” Stodden was quoted as saying, calling Green a “flirt.”
Stodden has made headlines lately not for their dating life. But for calling Chrissy Teigen of alleged online bullying.
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Stodden opened up to Fox News last year about the online bullying they’ve received from Teigen over the years in which the “Chrissy’s Court” star was accused of abusing Stodden to “kill” himself.
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The revelation prompted Teigen to apologize, and she has been relatively quiet on social media ever since.