Jessica Szohr and Brad Richardson are officially engaged. Their engagement comes more than a year after they welcomed their first baby together.

The "Gossip Girl" star took to Instagram on Monday to share the good news. Posting a black-and-white selfie of her and the NHL star, Szohr showed off her new sparkler and confirmed that she is set to tie the knot with Richardson.

"I said yes!" she captioned her post.

The announcement was met with sweet messages from fans and friends, including actor Michael Trevino, who congratulated the couple on their engagement.

"Congratulations!!," he commented, before adding two heart emojis.

"Gossip Girl" star Chace Crawford also wrote, "Love you guys."

Szohr and Richardson are parents to 14-month-old Bowie Ella Richardson, whom they welcomed in January 2021. At the time, the "Orville" star shared a snap of their newborn's hands on Instagram to celebrate her birth.

"Added a little special sweetness to our family and some new directions to our journey on 1-11-21," she wrote."This journey with Brad and Lexi has been one of the most beautiful experiences of my life. To then create a human that is absolutely perfect in our eyes and put a feeling in my heart I didn’t know existed is beyond words. I have all the feels and she is really something special."

Szohr started dating Richardson in 2019 and made their relationship official the same year. A year later, the "CSI: Cyber" star took to Instagram to gush about her boyfriend, writing, "I am thankful for you today and every day. I know I tell you that from time to time and it doesn’t mean I have to post it & share it, but today I wanted anyone who follows me or is interested in my life to know that this man is a special human being with a huge heart. I am lucky to have crossed paths with him!"

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“Gossip Girl” alum Jessica Szohr will play a new member of Captain Ed Mercer’s (Seth MacFarlane) crew in Season 2 of Fox’s “The Orville.” Pictured: Szohr attends the Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Focus” premiere at TCL Chinese Theatre on Feb. 24, 2015 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Jason Merritt