Cover Britney Spears and Sam Asghari attend Sony Pictures' "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood" Los Angeles Premiere. (Photo: FilmMagic)

The ring was designed by Roman Malayev and features a four-carat round stone in a platinum cathedral setting

The #FreeBritney movement followers and fans of Britney Spears have yet another reason to celebrate this week.

Spears and Sam Asghari are officially engaged just over a week after Asghari was reportedly seen ring shopping at Cartier.

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The pop star and her beau announced their engagement on Instagram, each with their own post.

Spears flaunted her diamond ring in a video she posted on her verified Instagram profile, accompanied by a series of diamond ring emojis in her caption. 

Asghari also posted a picture of the happy couple locking lips. The pair were first romantically linked after they met on the set of Spears’ music video for her song Slumber Party in 2016. Since then, they have remained in a relationship for the last four years. 

Following their Instagram announcements, the engagement was confirmed by Asghari's manager Brandon Cohen who spoke to People and said that he is “proud to celebrate and confirm the engagement.”

He added that Spears new ring was designed by Roman Malayev, a designer based in New York.

Her ring features a four-carat round brilliant stone in a platinum cathedral setting that is enhanced with a floating solitaire design, said Forever Diamonds New York in a statement

It added that Asghari also had his nickname for Spears, “Lioness,” engraved right inside the band.

“Every designer I spoke with about the ring was amazing with great ideas, but I just clicked with Roman—we really connected on the design and he was as excited as I was to make it special—that’s why I chose him,” Asghari said in a statement.

Here is wishing the happy couple all the best as they prepare to say “I do”.

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