Glee's Lea Michele shows off engagement ring

Glee's Lea Michele shows off engagement ring

Glee's Lea Michele shows off engagement ring

After more than a year of dating, the "Cannonball" singer announced she said "Yes" to her boyfriend Zandy Reich's proposal with a snap of her massive rock on Instagram Saturday (April 28).

Michele announced the news in a photo shared to social media Saturday of her handsome (and big) engagement ring.

Zandy, 32, is president of the women's fashion brand AYR (All Year Round) and was previously the head of business development for clothing brand Theory. They actually just got back from a trip to Hawaii, but apparently Zandy waited until they got home to pop the question with a four-carat elongated radiant cut ring that he personally designed with Leo Yerushalmi and The jewelers of Las Vegas, PEOPLE reports.

See the engagement ring, as well as some recent Instagram snapshots of the happy couple, below.

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Lea and Zandy went public with their relationship last summer (Jul17), months after she opened up about wanting to find love again following the tragic death of her actor boyfriend Cory Monteith, who passed away in July, 2013. "[They] just found they were better off as friends and wanted to support each other's careers", a source told Us Weekly at the time.

"Congratulations. Love you so much", one user wrote.

She continued, "I'm very happy and I think that you can tell. I worked very, very, very hard and I got back to that place where I was genuinely happy and strong and ready to live again and see the world and, you know, bring in more handsome experiences".

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