A huge congratulations goes out to Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre!
The pair are engaged after the Luther actor popped the question on stage ahead of a screening of his latest film Yardie.
The surprising news comes after the actor claimed marriage was off the cards just six months.
Elba has been divorced twice.
Idris proposed to Sabrina at Rio Cinema in Dalston, East London.
The cinema were quick to congratulate the pair on their engagement at the glamorous venue.
They posted on Twitter: ‘Another @Riocinemafirst! Still 5 days to Valentines Day but @idriselba went down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend live on stage this morning before a preview of his film #Yardie.’
Yardie is a British crime thriller, adapted from the 1993 novel of the same name, and the actor’s directorial debut.
Idris and Miss Dhowre, who won Miss Vancouver in 2014, made their red carpet debut as a couple in September 2017.
But they had reportedly been dating for seven months before going public.
However in July 2017, Elba told ESSENCE magazine: ‘Am I ever gonna get remarried?’
‘I don’t think so. Yeah, I don’t think so. Marriage is an institution of sorts. And I’ve done it. It’s not for everybody. It’s not my life’s calling.’
It is the actor’s first public relationship since he split with make-up artist Naiyana Garth.
The Beasts of No Nation actor shares his three-year-old son Winston with Garth.
Idris tied the knot with Hanne Norgaard in a romantic ceremony in 1999.
But their four-year marriage came to an end in 2003.
The former flames share 16-year-old daughter Isan.
The marriage allegedly broke down when the make-up artist failed to adjust to their new life together in the US.
Idris found love again with property lawyer Sonya Hamlin in 2006.
But the exes went their separate ways for good shortly after.
Hamlin claims: ‘It was very sad. Idris and I were madly in love, but he was getting a lot of flak for being married. Everyone was like, “Dude, you’re the hottest sex symbol!”
‘“It wasn’t the right look”, that’s what they were telling him. I wanted to save the marriage.’