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‘Bachelor’ alum Vanessa Grimaldi is engaged to Josh Wolfe

“The Bachelor” alum Vanessa Grimaldi has found her happy ending away from reality TV.

Her boyfriend of a year-and-a-half, Josh Wolfe, popped the question on Sunday in Quebec City.

“August 9th, 2020 will forever be my favourite DAY OF MY LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!” Grimaldi, 32, captioned photos of the proposal, which featured the couple casually dressed in jeans as they walked up a romantic, candlelit setting at the Saint-Louis Gate. “YOU ARE MY EVERYTHING AND I CANNOT WAIT TO BE FOREVER AND EVER WITH YOU!!!!!!”

Fellow Bachelor Nation alums sent their well wishes, including Ashley Iaconneti, who commented, “Awww congratulations!!! I felt this coming.”

Becca Tilley added, “Ahhh!!!! So beautiful! Congratulations!!! So happy for you!!!!”

Wolfe, 35 simply captioned his post, “She said yes ❤️💍.”

“It was absolutely beautiful!” Grimaldi told People of their engagement, sharing that an accordion player performed Aladdin’s “A Whole New World” for the pair.

“I knew we were going to get engaged eventually, but I had no idea it was going to happen when it did,” the reality star added. “Josh is the first person I am with where I am at complete ease and where I never second-guessed his love for me. I’ve been ready to say YES! I am the luckiest woman!”

Wolfe, a Canadian businessman, proposed with a 1-carat oval diamond with two side stones set on a 18K yellow gold band.

“I feel at home whenever I am with Josh,” the bride-to-be gushed. “His love and affection for his family is something I’ve always admired about him and what I’ve always looked for in a partner. I love how much he values family and that he loves spending quality time all together.”

Grimaldi was previously engaged to Nick Viall, whom she met on Season 21 of “The Bachelor.” They called it quits in August 2017.

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