Antoni Porowski has got engaged.
The 'Queer Eye' star has revealed he and Kevin Harrington are making plans to marry after three years together.
Sharing an out-of-focus photo of himself and Kevin on Instagram, Antoni wrote: "I really hope the wedding photos are less blurry [prayer emoji] (sic)"
And Kevin shared a carousel of images that began with a photo of him and Antoni holding hands and ended with them dressed in zombie make-up.
He captioned the post: "Officially together until we look like the last pic #engaged (sic)".
Antoni joked in the comments: "Don’t worry I’ll prolly be dabbling w Botox by then (sic)"
The 38-year-old culinary expert and his partner were quickly congratulated by the other stars of 'Queer Eye'.
Karamo Brown posted: "Yessssssssss!!!! So excited for you two! This is amazing."
Jonathan Van Ness joked: "So cute, love soy much [heart emojis] Already sourcing my flower girl looks!!!(sic)"
Tan France offered: "I volunteer as wedding selfie-photographer."
And Bobby Berk wrote: "So damn happy for you two! You both got a good one!!! [crying emojis] (sic)"
The couple's friend and neighbour, Gigi Hadid, also shared her excitement.
Along with emojis of two dark-haired men and one blonde woman, all in tuxedos, she wrote: "So excited for our wedding."
She repeated the sentiment on her own Instagram Story over a photo of the three of them together and also wrote: "Congrats @antoni and @kevharrington so excited for our wedding [and] cheers to being neighbors forever. You’re stuck with me. Love you both.(sic)"
Antoni previously spoke of how he and Kevin grew closer during the COVID-19 lockdown after his partner's planned four-day visit being extended, and they eventually fostered a dog together.
He said: "We went from being in a relationship and each having our own apartments and not having a dog, to living in the same place with a dog. It escalated quickly.
"But I don't have any complaints, which is kind of nice. When something is stable and really good — and you communicate a lot, and you check in with each other and with your own therapist about it — I feel like that's kind of the key."