By Mallory McDonald

Former Bachelorette alum has found her knight in shining armor! UsMagazine.com has confirmed that Jillian Harris is celebrating her celebrity engagement to longtime boyfriend, Justin Pasutto. Harris shared the news on Instagram, “Well THAT was SOME Christmas morning!!!!! OH MY GOD my heart cannot handle this much LOVE! @slipperygoose you’ve made me the HAPPIEST girl in the world. #Finally #ISimplyAskedForOneThingForChristmas.” In the photo, a new engagement ring can be seen on Harris’ hand as she plays with baby Leo. Following the first post, she continued to add photos sharing her joy and engagement with all of her followers. Her love life wasn’t always easy after multiple celebrity relationships from the Bachelor shows, however, all of that is over and we couldn’t be happier for her!

There’s another celebrity wedding on its way now that Jillian Harris is engaged! What are some ways to encourage your partner to propose?

Cupid’s Advice: 

When you are ready for an engagement, but you aren’t sure if your partner is getting the hint use these dating tips:

1. Be clear: While you shouldn’t come right out and demand an engagement, it is important that your relationship is an open one communication wise so you should share with them that when they are ready you think the relationship is ready for that.

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2. Wedding planning: A good way to encourage an engagement is to begin discussing the details of your wedding. What kind of drinks or food they would want or who would or wouldn’t be invited on the guest list.

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3. Drop little hints: Sometimes our partners can be oblivious to what we are looking for. If you don’t want to flat out tell them you are ready for an engagement you can start leaving hints around the house like wedding magazines or ring brochures to plant a seed.

What ways did you hint to your partner that you were ready for an engagement? Comment below!