Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn is engaged to NHL star P.K. Subban after retiring from skiing competition earlier this year.
Yesterday, the World Cup uploaded a video on her Instagram to announce that Subban had proposed.
“So he finally popped the question,” Vonn said in the video. “I said, ‘Yes.'”
Subban said he picked up the ring from a Beverly Hills jeweler on Aug. 14 and proposed that day, CBC reported.
The two have been dating for a year, according to several media reports.
The 34-year-old Vonn is widely considered one of the greatest U.S. skiers all time record winning eight titles in the downhill and set the all-time record for women’s World Cup victories with 82. She won 43 downhill competitions and 28 Super-G events, her top two disciplines, according to ABC News.
Vonn retired this year following the 2019 Alpine World Ski Championships in Sweden, saying her body could no longer take the toll of the sport.
Thirty-year-old Subban is one of the Top 10 defensive players in the NHL. He’s currently in an 8-year, $72 million contract!
This will be Vonn’s second marriage. She was previously married to former U.S. ski team member and Olympian Thomas Vonn in 2007 but they divorced in 2013.
“Right off the bat, I knew he was different,” she said. “But I’d been married before, so I was pretty hesitant to let myself think that I could find someone that I would want to be married to again.
“After a few months of dating, I knew he was the one I wanted to be with, though. He makes me happy, and he’s so positive and energetic.”