Vanessa Hudgens has confirmed her engagement with Cole Tucker.
The High School Musical singer, 34, confirmed the speculations of her engagement to the US baseball pitcher on Instagram Friday morning, posting a snapshot of the large sparkler on her finger.
“YES. “We couldn’t be happier,” Hudgens wrote alongside photographs of the proposal, which appeared to take place in Paris.
The proposal date is unknown, but insiders told TMZ last month that the couple was taking their relationship to the next step after two years of dating.
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After being seen holding hands in Los Angeles in November 2020, the duo fueled relationship rumors. Hudgens said that she initiated contact with the Colorado Rockies baseball star, 26, over a Zoom meditation group call.
“When I go on Zoom, I’m like, ‘Who is that?'” she explained on The Drew Barrymore Show. “I found him and we began conversing.”
“If I want something or someone, I’m going to get it. I simply slid into his DMs and said, ‘Hey, good to meet you.’ So I don’t think there’s anything wrong with being the first to make a move.”
On Valentine’s Day, shortly after they began dating, they made their romance Instagram official.
“It’s you, it’s me, it’s us. @cotuck,” Hudgens captioned a selfie of herself kissing the baseball player.
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Hudgens, who rose to popularity in 2006 with the Disney Channel film, previously had a nine-year relationship with Elvis actor Austin Butler. In early 2020, the couple announced their shocking split.
She previously dated her HSM co-star Zac Efron for five years until 2010. She later admitted to Shape that long-distance played a role in their relationship’s demise.
“Long-distance relationships are difficult regardless,” she remarked. “It’s just different when you don’t have face-to-face time. Having an iPhone was helpful, but it wasn’t the same.
“We shared a childhood… It was good to have someone with whom to share all of those experiences.
” This story was originally published in the New York Post and is reprinted with permission.