Teller and girlfriend Keleigh Sperry have been together since 2013, but Page Six says they waited until after Sperry's sister was married in July to make their own big announcement, so as not to upstage her.
Sperry's sister, Christie York, posted the swanky-looking engagement photos, revealing the proposal happened while Teller and Sperry were on an African safari:
These two got engaged while on an African Safari over the weekend!! Can't believe the last Sperry girl is engaged! Love both of you guys to pieces and so incredibly happy for this new chapter in your love story! Now come home so we can celebrate ???? @keleigh_sperry
Here are more photos of the big moment:
— Miles Teller News (@MilesTellerNews) August 22, 2017
Miles Teller's Fiancee Is Engaged To A Lion pic.twitter.com/kulwbdvJ2g
— Anna Silman (@annaesilman) August 22, 2017
Here's another close-up of the ring, along with commentary from one of Teller's distraught fans:
Well Miles Teller is engaged there goes my life I had planned out pic.twitter.com/d4pED1JbEu
— alaina porth (@alainaporth) August 22, 2017
There are actually several comments like that on Instagram and Twitter:
When you find out Miles Teller is engaged... pic.twitter.com/v80TNkjOLu
— Mary Kate (@MaryKateAdams10) August 22, 2017
How can Miles Teller be sure his new Fiancé is "the one", he hasn't even met me yet?
— Lexy Fogarty (@hiddemwthtlex) August 22, 2017
Miles Teller is engaged and I am lost
— Samantha (@samcapelll) August 22, 2017
Miles Teller got engaged and my irrational plan to marry him and carry his children are now destroyed. This is a horrible Tuesday
— Court Helm (@courttaylorh23) August 22, 2017
Well, congrats to Keleigh, anyway, and condolences to Teller's fans.
Teller's next film, "Thank You For Your Service," comes out October 27th.
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