While discussing her engagement to Aaron Rodgers for the primary time, Shailene Woodley gave a glimpse of her beautiful diamond ring from the NFL star.
Shailene Woodley appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Feb. 22, and confirmed off her engagement ring from Aaron Rodgers for the primary time. Although the actress stored her left hand off-camera for many of the digital interview, viewers had been in a position to get a peek on the rock a couple of times. The ring seems to encompass an enormous, spherical stone, though the intricacies of the diamond are onerous to see.
Although news of Shailene and Aaron’s relationship first broke initially of February, this interview was the primary time that she publicly confirmed the romance and engagement. Shailene revealed that she and Aaron met throughout the “crazy time” of 2020, however added that they’ve been engaged for “a while” now. However, news of the engagement wasn’t made public till Aaron revealed that he had a fiancee throughout his NFL Honors speech on Feb. 8.
In the speech, Aaron didn’t share the identification of his fiancee, however a number of media retailers confirmed that it was Shailene. Now, we’ve heard the news straight from the actress’s mouth! “For us, it’s not ‘new’ news,” she defined to Jimmy Fallon. “So it’s kind of funny. Everybody right now is freaking out and we’re just like…yeah, we’ve been engaged for a while.” Shailene additionally gushed that Aaron is a “wonderful, incredible human being” throughout the Q&A.
Aaron was beforehand in high-profile relationships with Olivia Munn and Danica Patrick, nevertheless it seems to be like he didn’t discover “the one” till assembly Shailene. “Aaron actually wants to get married pretty fast,” a supply near the NFL star advised HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “If he had his choice, he would like to do it this summer.” The insider revealed that Shailene and Aaron don’t plan to “wait [very] long” to tie the knot. “It will likely happen before anyone things,” our supply added. “They are working together [on it].”