Rebecca Ferguson, 35, has shared her news with her followers on her social media handle on Saturday as she posted a series of snaps with her fiancé, Jonny Hughes a sports agent.
She wrote in the caption: ‘I am So ‘Happy’ to announce I am engaged to the love of my life ❤️ . Dreams can come true!’
Rebecca later tweeted: ‘Finally life got good for me, I am so thankful I’ve been through so much, I am so happy I found love and I’m excited for the next chapter!’
Not much is known about Rebecca and football agent husband to be Jonny 35, it gathered that they have been dating for about four years. She first shared images with him on Instagram in 2017.
The pair were also pictured looking loved-up together at Ascot Racecourse in 2019.
Last January Rebecca shared a sweet snap with Jonny as they enjoyed a walk together and joked she thought he was about to propose when in fact he had just bent down to write her name in the snow.
She captioned the post: ‘He bent down and I thought he was going to propose turns out he was writing my name in the snow ❄ still cute but not the same!’
The happy news comes five years after Rebecca opened up about her struggle to trust men after being cruelly dumped by a cheating ex-boyfriend while she was pregnant with her third child.
Rebecca told her ex-boyfriend she was pregnant with her daughter Arabella just five months into their relationship and the man, who she did not name, ended the romance.
She told Closer magazine at the time: ‘It has broken my trust in men. I can’t date.
The past: Rebecca famously dated Zayn Malik at the height of his One Direction fame in 2011, but he later branded their romance a ‘mistake’.
‘I haven’t dated in years. I’m a romantic and do still believe in love but, at the same time, I keep getting let down.’
She shares two children, Lillie May and Karl, with her ex Karl Dures.
The engagement comes after earlier this month Rebecca announced she is retiring from music and her upcoming album, due out next year, will be her last.
The star took to Twitter and confirmed she plans on retiring from performing and will instead dedicate her career to help nurture young artists.
According to Daily Star, she said: ‘My final album will drop next year and will be a combination of songs I have written over the past 10 years.
‘After my retirement, I will dedicate my time and energy into helping and nurturing emerging artists and fighting for better treatment.’
On Twitter, she wrote: ’10 years today I released my first album Heaven… A young woman telling her story through songs, this album took me around the world and changed my life! I am grateful to all of the people involved! We created a classic album that is still listened to today.
‘I look forward to concluding my career with my next album a follow on from this album (Heaven pt 2)’.
‘I am grateful for the career I have had in music, I’ve achieved all that I ever wanted to achieve in music I’m now excited for my next chapter.’
Rebecca also said that the unfair streaming revenue for artists is damaging the industry and contributed to her decision to leave.
The singer found fame as a contestant on The X Factor in 2010 where she finished as runner-up to winner Matt Cardle.