Whitney Port is now engaged to her boyfriend Tim Rosenman, an associate producer from her spinoff series 'The City'.
Whitney Port is now engaged.
The former star of 'The Hills' is heading for the altar with Tim Rosenman, her representative has confirmed to People magazine.
The 28-year-old beauty has been dating the associate producer from her spinoff show 'The City' since 2012, after she split from fellow MTV star Ben Nemetin.
A source told Us Weekly the pair kept in contact after the show ended in 2010 and they ''always had crushes on each other''.
They said: ''She is super comfortable with him and in love.
''She likes that he is from New York because he is such a great tour guide when they visit the city.''
Whitney won't be reuniting with any of her fellow 'Hills' stars on her upcoming big day.
She told People: ''I think we all kind of went our separate ways once the show ended.
''I'm fine with it, like I'm at peace with it. With me, I never feuded with anyone, and nothing ever ended badly, so it just naturally happened.''
Her engagement news comes just a month after former co-star Lauren Conrad got engaged to William Tell.
Whitney, who has her own fashion line Whitney Eve, dealt with tragedy this year when her father, Jeffrey Port, died after battling kidney cancer.
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