Lauren Zima’s engagement ring is gorgeous! Chris Harrison, the former host of The Bachelor, proposed to the Entertainment Tonight star with a stunning diamond. And we are all jealous.

Mike Fried, CEO of The Diamond Pro, told Us Weekly that the stone is likely between three and four carats. “I estimate the value to be near $100,000 but potentially more depending on the quality of the diamond.”

The romantic proposal took place at Brand Vineyard in Napa Valley, Ca., with Harrison, 50, getting down on one knee overlooking the vineyard to propose to Zima, 33.

“We tell each other this all the time, and we said it again in an unforgettably beautiful moment this weekend: I didn’t know love could be like this,” Lauren Zima wrote on Instagram, sharing photos of the event.

The engagement ring, purchased at McClave Jewelers, was a solitaire diamond and set in gold, according to The Daily Mail. The couple had been dating for two years before the proposal on Monday, not letting the controversy or 17-year age difference affect their relationship.

“You are the most incredible partner,” Lauren wrote on Instagram “Thank you for loving me, championing me and asking me to marry you. Here’s to the next amazing chapter, and all the rest 💍.”

Chris also posted photos of the engagement, writing, “I love you Lauren Zima. The next chapter starts now!”

Fans on social media joked that after 19 years of hosting The Bachelor, Chris Harrison finally got engaged.

The reality television star had been married once before, however, to his childhood sweetheart Gwen Harrison. The two were together for 18 years and had two children – Joshua and Tyler – before getting divorced in 2012. According to TMZ, this will be Lauren Zima’s second marriage, as well.

“Oh heck yes!!!!!! This is incredible, so pumped!” former Bachelor Ben Higgins commented.

Colton Underwood, another former Bachelor also offered his “Congratulations!,” writing that he was “So happy for you both.”

Speaking with People back in 2019, Chris Harrison said that the relationship was “easy” and that he thought “like any relationship, she made me happy.”

“She was kind, nice, we got along, she blended in great with my friends, and just all those steps in the relationship where you start checking those boxes off and it gets better and better and better,” he said.

“She’s as much as a grinder as I am” he told People, saying that he “loves, admires and respects” her.

Earlier this month, the couple attended a TCU football game, where Lauren Zima wrote on Instagram that “sports can be fun, with the right people.”

“Chris Harrison is very good about knowing how to curate an experience for me when sports are involved … aka … bring snacks and wine,” she joked.

Chris Harrison recently stepped down from hosting The Bachelor after a scandal involving Bachelor winner Rachael Kirkconnell’s previously racist behavior. He was replaced by former Bachelor Jesse Palmer, with former Bachelorettes Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe hosting in the interim.

Harrison started hosting the show in 2002, going on to host every season of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and spinoffs such as Bachelor Pad, Bachelor in Paradise, The Bachelor: Winter Games, and The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart.

“While I do not speak for Rachael Kirkconnell, my intentions were simply to ask for grace in offering her an opportunity to speak on her own behalf,” Chris Harrison said in a televised apology at the time. “What I now realize I have done is cause harm by wrongly speaking in a manner that perpetuates racism, and for that I am so deeply sorry… I promise to do better.”

Though the two were dating at the time, Lauren Zima acknowledged that “what Chris said was wrong and disappointing,” but that “accountability comes first” and “what’s next is learning and growth.”

Lauren Zima stayed by Chris Harrison’s side through it all, and the couple seems to be stronger than ever.