Then, in 2012, the duo officially announced their engagement, although they never announced a date, simply saying that the proposal was "a promise for the future."
Now, it seems that the "future" has finally arrived as the Supreme Court just struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which had previously allowed states to refuse to recognize same-sex marriages.
So, did the news prompt the couple to quickly set a summer wedding date?
A new VH1 report claims that's exactly what happened--but we're not so sure we believe it.
Here's why: Brad said they would not marry until "everyone else in the country" was legally able to...and there are still 37 states in the U.S. that do not allow gay marriage. So, while DOMA being struck down was a huge victory for marriage equality, it still isn't universal.
We have a feeling the power couple is probably pretty happy about the news, but we don't see them settling for only 13 states when Brad, in no uncertain terms, said they're waiting for "everyone" to be allowed to marry.
Do you think that DOMA being struck down is enough for Brad and Angie to tie the knot or will they wait for gay marriage to be legal in all 50 states?