"Today" anchor Savannah Guthrie broke the news that she's engaged to political consultant Mike Feldman on the set of the "Today" show this morning.
"Big news from Savannah!" her co-anchor Matt Lauer tweeted, along with a photograph of Guthrie, 41, flashing her ring.
"Congrats to her and fiancé Mike Feldman," her colleague Al Roker chimed in via Instagram.
"We've been together four years so, as he said, no one can accuse us of rushing into anything," Guthrie gushed on the air, after revealing that she got engaged over the weekend.
"We adore each other," she added. "Our families have been in-laws for years…they were just waiting for us to catch up!"
"Hangover III" star Bradley Cooper joined in the celebration, bringing Guthrie roses before asking her, tongue-in-cheek, for her phone number.
Feldman, 44, a former aide to Al Gore, heads up a communications firm in Washington, D.C., and New York.
Guthrie, who divorced her first husband in 2009, spoke recently about her desire to start a family.
" I imagine people might look at me and think 'Oh, she has been single-mindedly working on her career all these years and those family issues have fallen by the wayside,' but that is absolutely not the case," she told Vogue.