Jemele Hill is officially engaged, and she shared the news on social media.
Her fiancé Ian Wallace popped the question on a Los Angeles rooftop during the daytime, and the former ESPN host said the engagement caps of a year full of changes.
“I’ve called this my year of transition,” she wrote next to a photo of Wallace on one knee. “I left a job, started a new job, moved to a new city and now I’m engaged to the love of my life. I’m overjoyed and immensely blessed.”
There’s also another shot of Hill shedding tears as Wallace pulls out the ring.
“So, uh, some personal news to share,” she also wrote on Twitter. “I’m engaged.”
Hill — who’s now a staff writer for The Atlantic — took to Instagram and explained how the proposal went down. She said that Wallace took her on a helicopter ride around Los Angeles, then asked for her hand. Afterward, Hill’s fans left all kinds of kind comments and kind words.
“Sometimes we have to leave what we think is awesome in order to get to true awesomeness,” someone wrote.
“So happy for you,” wrote another. “You deserve all the good things in life.”
Of course, it’s been a pretty eventful past couple of years for the Detroit native. She called Donald Trump a white supremacist and made headlines, then told her fans they should boycott Dallas Cowboys advertisers for supporting the team because owner Jerry Jones is against the national anthem protests.
At this time, Hill hasn’t said anything about a wedding date.