Keshia Knight Pulliam Is Engaged!

Congratulations! Keshia Knight Pulliam announced she said ‘yes!” to fellow actor Brad James. The Cosby Show alum shared an image on Instagram holding her daughter and standing next to James, now fiancé. The actress still managed to encourage people to vote in the state of Georgia in the middle of her good news.

I said Yes!! ❤️💍
I LOVE YOU @mrbradjames !!!!This is my favorite photo from our magical engagement dinner. My desire is a lifetime and beyond filled with love & family. My heart is so filled with joy!! So excited to continue to choose each other & our family every day.

Thank you for helping us share the good news @people & thank you to everyone who made this day possible.

Oh…. Now make sure you go VOTE GA!!!!!

According to her rep, the actress tells PEOPLE exclusively that James proposed to her in early December in Atlanta with a custom diamond eternity band by Fevzi of Aydin Jewelers.

Pulliam and James have dated since 2019. James is known for his roles in Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse and the UMC show A House Divided. 

The two met on the set of the TV movie Pride and Prejudice and immediately hit it off.

“Honestly, we just hit it off. We had a lot of downtime,” Pulliam once said during an Instagram Live. “There was a lot going on filming that project. So there were plenty of times where we would all be sitting in the cast seats or the van and just talking.” After the two exchanged numbers to discuss scripts they wanted each other’s feedback on, their chemistry ignited and things soon took a romantic turn.”

Before her relationship with James, The House of Payne star was married to ex-NFL star Ed Hartwell. They share a daughter named. Ella. 

We can’t wait to see the beautiful wedding photos ahead!

Photo Credit: Getty Images

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