'iCarly' Star Nathan Kress Is Engaged!

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Nathan Kress is headed to the altar!

The 22-year-old former iCarly star, who played Freddie Benson on the show, popped the question last week to his girlfriend of four months, London Elise Moore. And the proposal was epic.

A photo posted by Nathan Kress (@nathankress) on

In a sweet shot he posted on Instagram Friday, Nathan can be seen on bended knee proposing to his ladylove, with a picnic table topped with wine, a convertible Ford Mustang and a picturesque scene in the background. "She said "Heck yes". PC: @steveanderica," he captioned the shot.

London also gushed over the proposal, posting several shots of it, including a close-up of her gorgeous ring. "Okay, so here is my beautiful, 100 year old, vintage dream ring that we picked out together," she captioned the shot. "We found it at the same small-town jewelry shop that Nathan's mom got her wedding ring 30 years ago. I am in LOVE with it. Funny how things work out :)
#Charlottesfinejewlery #antiquerings."

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The actress, who also works as a stunt double, appeared as a cheerleader in Into the Storm, which Nathan starred in. "Thank you ALL for the congratulations and joyful blessings upon us and our upcoming marriage, you guys mean the world to us! XOXO ♡♡♡," London tweeted. "I'm so excited to just do monotonous things with you" --my fiancé everybody ♡."

News of Nathan's engagement comes months after he and his former girlfriend, Madisen Hill, called it quits in October 2014 after four years of dating.

Happy to see that he bounced back and found love again. Congrats to the couple!

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