Gwyneth Paltrow is engaged to television writer-producer Brad Falchuk.
The 45-year-old actress and lifestyle guru announced the engagement Monday morning with an Instagram preview of the two embracing in a black and white photo on the cover of Goop magazine. She used a diamond ring emoji as the caption.
Paltrow’s publicist, Stephen Huvane, confirmed the engagement.
The couple told “Good Morning America” in a joint statement that they felt “incredibly lucky.”
Falchuk, 46, who is Jewish and whose mother Nancy Falchuk served as president of the Hadassah Women’s Zionist Organization of America from 2007 to 2011, co-created the television series “Glee” with Ryan Murphy.
The two met on the set of “Glee” when Paltrow guest starred as a singing substitute teacher in 2014.
Paltrow, whose father is Jewish, won an Oscar for best actress in 1999 for “Shakespeare in Love.” She is reportedly a follower of Kabbalah.
She was previously married to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin for 11 years. Though they announced that they would split up in March 2014 — calling it “conscious uncoupling” — their divorce was not finalized until May 2016. They have two children, Apple, 13, and Moses, 11.
Falchuk, previously married to TV producer Suzanne Bukinik-Falchuk, also has two children.
Interviewed by Paltrow for her healthy lifestyle website Goop, Falchuk said the couple likes to eat, and the one thing they will argue about when they’re 90 is “where should we go have dinner, always.”