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Kristen Wiig is tying the knot. The Bridesmaids star and Saturday Night Live alum is engaged to Avi Rothman, a fellow actor, writer and producer.

While the couple has been pretty private about their relationship and we don’t know many engagement details, according to TMZ, it seems they’ve probably been betrothed for a little while now. After Wiig was photographed wearing what appeared to be an engagement ring at the Los Angeles Booksmart premiere back in May, rumours began to fly that Rothman—her boyfriend of three years—might have popped the question.

They were first spotted together back in 2016 when Kristen was snapped showing some serious PDA with a “mystery hunk” on a romantic Hawaiian vacation. (Spoiler alert: that “mystery hunk” turned out to be Avi.)

This will be Kristen’s second time getting hitched. She was married to actor Hayes Hargrove from 2005 to 2009 and after her divorce, it seemed Kristen had no intention of walking down the aisle again.

“I probably won’t ever get married [again],” she told Stella magazine in 2011. “It’s not something that I would want to do. I think women put that pressure on themselves, maybe even more than society does, but if you’re the single girl at the wedding, you know someone is going to ask if you’re going to get married.”

It looks like 2020 is going to be a big year for Wiig, with a potential wedding as icing on the cake. Next summer will see the release of buddy comedy Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, which reunites her with her Bridesmaids co-star and writer Annie Mumulo; she’s part of the American remake of the Oscar-nominated German film Toni Erdmann and she’s set to star as Cheetah, the villain in the highly anticipated sequel, Wonder Woman 1984.