Jesse Palmer is finally engaged fifteen years after starring on "The Bachelor."

The 40-year-old TV host and former "The Bachelor" star proposed to his girlfriend, model Emely Fardo, during a vacation Monday in France.

Palmer confirmed the news in an Instagram post Monday. He shared a photo of himself popping the question and gushed about Fardo in the caption.

"You said 'yes.' I'm so lucky to finally call you my fiance. I asked for an angel to be brought into my life... and it was you," the star wrote.

"You love me unconditionally. You've made me the best version of myself. You've given me a sense of calm and a happiness that I've never before experienced. Now, the rest of our lives can begin... together. Eu te amo," he added.

Fardo also shared the news in a post on her own account.

"We're engaged! My heart is so full," she wrote. "I feel so lucky to have found the love of my life!! We're so happy and excited for the next chapter of our lives!"

"Good Morning America" host Michael Strahan, "20/20" anchor Amy Robach and "Million Dollar Listing New York" star Ryan Serhant were among those to congratulate the couple in the comments.

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"Congrats my brotha!" Strahan wrote.

"Omg CONGRATULAIONS So beautiful," Robach added.

Palmer starred in "The Bachelor" Season 5, which aired on ABC in 2004 and ended with Palmer choosing Jessica Bowlin but not proposing.

Instead, Palmer presented Bowlin with a one-way plane ticket to come visit him in New York, where he was a backup NFL quarterback playing for the New York Giants at the time.

He has since appeared as a sports commentator on ABC and ESPN and a contributor on "Good Morning America."

Last year, he also served as the host of "The Proposal" for ABC.