• Tallulah Willis is engaged to film director Dillon Buss
  • The actress showed off her huge sparkler on Instagram
  • Many fans flooded her post with congratulatory messages 

Tallulah Willis, the youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, is officially off the market after she announced her engagement to Dillon Buss on social media.

On Tuesday, the 27-year-old actress took to Instagram to proudly announce the news that she said yes to Buss’ proposal. Willis shared a series of photos showing what transpired during the May 4 proposal.

One of the snaps showed Willis looking so surprised when Buss, 31, got down on one knee and asked her if she would marry him with an engagement ring. Another shot showed the two of them passionately kissing after the actress said yes. She captioned the post, “With absolute most certainty.”

In a follow-up post, Willis shared a short video clip of her hand shaking while showing off the huge sparkler. “HANDS STILL SHAKIN’ — MOMS SPAGHETTI — I’m FIANCÉNCHED,” she wrote in the caption.

Buss also took to his personal Instagram account to share several snaps taken that day. One of which featured Willis flaunting her diamond ring while holding the bouquet of flowers her husband-to-be also gave her during the proposal.

“I can finally call you my [fiancée]. Love you forever Buuski Lu, you are my best friend [heart emoji] #maythefourthbewithus,” he captioned the post.

Many fans flooded Willis’ and Buss’ Instagram posts with congratulatory messages, but a few also wondered who Buss was since the two never disclosed when they officially started dating.

The first time that they shared couple shots on Instagram was in February 2020. Prior that, Willis was linked to actor Jack Kilmer, as per Page Six.

According to Buss’ personal website, he is a Los Angeles-based film director who also has a knack for set design and art direction.

Buss’ film credits are mostly for short movies thus far. They include “The Rosselsons: A Family Movie,” “Motion for Action” and “The Box.”

Meanwhile, a Boston People report revealed that apart from being a talented filmmaker, he is also an accomplished artist and an avid skateboarder. In fact, he graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2012.

His love for skateboarding led him to making “Team Dream Team,” a short film about how his skateboarder friends enjoy their moments in a dreamy skateboarding paradise after spending time in the confines of after-school detention.

“‘Team Dream Team’ is very special to me, because throughout my career I’d always wanted to incorporate skateboarding into fine art filmmaking, but I hadn’t been able to find the right time,” he was quoted by the publication as saying.

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Pictured: Tallulah Willis attends the premiere of Neon and Refinery29's 'Assassination Nation' at ArcLight Hollywood on September 12, 2018 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic