A star of The Big Bang Theory has some very big news to share:

She’s engaged!

About a year after we first wondered whether Kaley Cuoco would get married to boyfriend Karl Cook, the beautiful actress has gone ahead and answered our question.

Well, she answered his question, to be accurate.

And that question, of course, was whether she wanted to be his bride.

In an emotional video Cook actually shared to Instagram, Cuoco breaks down in tears upon hearing the words she wanted Cook to say, barely able to even utter a response.

“We’re engaged!” Cuoco tells the camera at one point, to which Karl replies:

“You still haven’t said yes yet.”

Yes! I say yes! I say yes!” she says back.

Watch the waterworks flow and the proposal be accepted below:

“Who knew my prior post was oracular,” wrote Cook as a caption to the footage, adding:

“Well after nearly two years I finally got up the courage to ask her to marry me.

“This is the best night of my life and I think the video shows it is the best night for kaley as well…..of she said yes!!!!!”

In September of 2015, Cuoco split from husband Ryan Sweeting after less than two years of marriage.

Based on the way she acted afterward (getting a tattoo of Sweeting’s name removed, however, it seemed as if Ryan dared to cheat on Kaley.

She later told Cosmopolitan that the divorced “[changed] the way I look at marriage, and that makes me sad.”

Thankfully, though, she has now found a man that makes her happy.

Cuoco and Cook first sparked romance rumors in March of 2016.

A month later, Cuoco shared a cozy picture of her with her boyfriend on Instagram, writing: “That’s what happy looks like.”

The two share a love of horses in particular and animals in general.

“They seem to be in a good spot right now. She is always traveling with him. It’s not as much her schedule but more so his,” an insider previously told E! New, concluding:

“She is super smitten.”

And we’re super smitten for her!

We wish Cuoco and Cook the very best of luck in their life together!

Source: celebweddings