Miranda Kerr confirms engagement to Snapchat founder

MIRANDA Kerr has confirmed she is engaged.

The 33-year-old model - who was previously married to Orlando Bloom - posted a picture of animated versions of her and her fiancé Evan Spiegel, who was down on one knee presenting her a ring, on her Instagram account earlier today over a picture of her real band.

She captioned the picture, which had "Marry me!" written on it, "I said yes!!!" And the star shared love heart and smiley face emojis.

I said yes!!! ❤️😍❤️😍❤️

A photo posted by Miranda (@mirandakerr) on

It is somewhat of a surprise that the couple didn't share their happy news on Snapchat seeing as 26-year-old Evan is the founder of the social media app.

A spokesman for the CEO also told Mail Online: "They are extremely happy".

The pair started dating in June 2015 after meeting at a fashion industry dinner.

She recently revealed they don't go out much in the evening, preferring to have an early night.

Miranda - who has five-year-old son Flynn with Orlando - said: "We don't go out. We'd rather be at home and have dinner, go to bed early. [But] in some ways he does [feel like a younger man]. I'm telling you, I've got the best of both worlds.

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