RHONJ’s Teresa Giudice’s boyfriend Luis Ruelas said he "plans" to propose to the reality star after he dropped $3m on their home together.
Teresa, 49, and Luis, 46, teased wedding plans to TMZ.
While out on their stroll, Luis was asked on camera if he would "put a ring on it."
Teresa laughed in the video and interrupted: "Don't answer that."
When asked if he does have "plans to put a ring on it," Luis repeated "Yes" many times.
When the two were about to hurry up and leave, Luis was asked if fans can expect "wedding vows in the future."
Luis responded: "Oh yeah! For sure!"
Back in March, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star put down $3million on a mansion.
The New Jersey mansion featured massive closets, a new pool, and more.
The property boasted plenty of space, including six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms.
Teresa built a gorgeous swimming pool on the estate with the help of her ex-boyfriend Tony DeLorenzo, also known as Tony the Pool Guy.
During the October episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey: Joe and Teresa Unlocked, the Bravo star revealed she had issues moving to a new place because she wanted to keep her four daughters happy.
She said: “I wanted to keep the girls there, 'cause I didn’t want them to go through another change. And I am glad I was able to. But it is a lot to upkeep.”
Last year, the reality star and businessman had been thinking about getting engaged since mid-November.
After dating for about two months, a source close to Luis exclusively told The Sun that he is known for being “impulsive.”
The insider added: “I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a ring. He would love to be in the limelight.”
Teresa confirmed she was in a new relationship when she captioned her Instagram photo from a football game: “Excited to reveal my new boyfriend.”
Luis was married to Marisa DiMartino until they called it quits back in 2011.
Luis and Marisa reportedly have two children together, one of which is autistic.
After 20 years of marriage, Teresa and Joe Giudice, 49, finalized their divorce last year in September.
Joe had been living in Italy after he was deported from the country following a nearly four-year prison stint on fraud charges.
Recently, Joe announced his new business venture, Giudice Furniture, on social media.
Joe's Giudice Furniture sells a selection of real handmade Italian armchairs and sofas, which sell at about $6,090.
Teresa and Joe share Gia, 20, Milania, 15, Gabriela, 17, and Audriana, 12.
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