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Professor Green has announced his engagement to partner Karima McAdams as he shared a sweet loved-up snap from the proposal on Sunday.
Taking to Instagram, the rapper, 37, whose real name is Stephen Manderson, posted a gorgeous photo of Karima, 36, with her dazzling diamond ring.
He penned: "You call me easy love. • I call you my gorgeous thing. • Loving me isn’t always easy, but you are always gorgeous."
Karima also posted a sweet loved-up black-and-white photo of the proposal, revealing that it had taken place on Saturday as she captioned it with: "02.10.21 said Yes."
It comes seven months after the couple welcomed their first child together, a baby son called Slimane Ray, in March.
Professor Green's 874K followers were quick to share their congratulations and love for the couple as they flocked to the comments section.
One person said: "Congratulations," followed by a series of heart emojis.
A different account put: "How Beautiful" followed by loved-up emojis.
Another follower commented: "Love love love!"
While a different fan added: "Big congratulations to you both."
The rapper was previously married to Made In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh from 2013 until 2016.
It comes after Professor Green admitted that nobody can prepare you for how "difficult" being a parent, during a frank chat with OK! over the summer where he also sweetly spoke about how "amazing" his baby son Slimane Ray is.
The rapper revealed that despite his best efforts, he struggled to find advice on how to deal with becoming a dad before Karima gave birth to baby Slimane.
He explained: "The advice I got from people I hold in quite a high regard was all the same advice.
"They said, ‘The best advice is no advice. You'll find your feet, and just try and find your way through it [as] intuitively as you can. And we're here if you have any questions.’"
He continued: "I had so many questions, especially during the period that we've just gone through.
"Everyone, even those who would normally have support networks, have been distanced, because of what's been going on.
"People haven't had the access to the support that they would otherwise in a normal time, and I just thought, ‘Well, there's probably a lot of people who are in similar situations to me, and with perhaps even less access to support.’"
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