The 39 year-old actress and her "amazing boyfriend" are "thrilled" that they are now set to tie the knot in the near future.
Danica McKeller is going to become a married woman for a second time. The 39 year-old actress recently became engaged to boyfriend Scott Sveslosky, 17 months after her first divorce.
McKeller announced the exciting news via social media on Wednesday (July 16th).
McKeller and Sveslosky recently became engaged
"So...can you guess what my big news is?" she wrote after uploading a photo of herself smiling while pointing to a diamond ring on her finger. Moments later, McKeller then tweeted, "Yep, my amazing boyfriend Scott & I are engaged!! (He's the one @iamvalc did a shout out to on #DWTS) :) Hugs to you all!"
The former 'Wonder Years' actress also took to Facebook, posting the same photo, and writing: "So... can you guess what my big announcement is? Yes, my amazing boyfriend Scott and I are engaged! (This is the guy that Valentin Chmerkovskiy did a shout-out to on Dancing with the Stars!) I'm wishing all of you the happiness and joy that I feel right now!"
McKeller, who recently appeared on season 18 of 'Dancing with the Stars,' is referring to an episode of the show when Chmerkovskiy thanked Sveslosky for allowing him to dance with his beautiful girlfriend.
"Scott and I are thrilled," the actress told People Magazine in a statement, revealing that they plan to walk down the aisle in two years' time. "We are looking forward to merging our families."
This will be Danica's second time tying the knot, she previously married composer Mike Verta, whom she shares a 3½-year-old son with, back in 2009 after dating for eight years. But they separated only three years later in 2012. Sveslosky is also a father to a 10 year-old son from a previous marriage.
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