VIDEO: Peter Stefanovic and Sylvia Jeffreys engaged

TWO of Australia's most attractive and likeable television personalities have some news: they're getting married.

Yes, Sylvia Jeffreys and Peter Stefanovic have taken to Instagram to announce their engagement, as they holiday arond Europe together.

The Today Show newsreader and her journalist boyfriend have been together for about two and a half years.

Asked my missus to be my wife and she said yes @sylviajeffreys 🤘💍

A photo posted by Peter Stefanovic (@peter_stefanovic) on


They became engaged a few weeks ago, but decided to tell the world this morning.

"Asked my missus to be my wife and she said yes," wrote Stefanovic on social media.

Over on Ms Jeffrey's Instagram, she wrote: A couple of weeks ago Pete popped the question, and I said yes, OF COURSE!!!" Jeffreys wrote. "We've had the most wonderful time celebrating with great mates. We couldn't be happier."

The pair became an item in mid-2014. It was later revealed that their love grew as Stefanovic, who was on overseas assignments at the time, kept in touch by letter.


She told Show + Tell in June that it blossomed over the Christmas break in 2013.

"It was just nice things, about having a nice time working together and wishing me well.

"There's something for a 33-year-old man to sit down and hand write a letter and post it to you. It doesn't matter what's in that letter but that's a gesture in itself."


Look what I found on my morning trot 👆🏼I'd run there, but... #jetlag

A photo posted by Sylvia Jeffreys (@sylviajeffreys) on

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