And that’s how he got the girl! Taylor Swift’s longtime best friend, Abigail Anderson, got engaged on Tuesday, June 28, to her boyfriend, Matt Lucier.
Anderson, who inspired Swift’s song, “Fifteen,” took to social media to share the news alongside a series of professional shots from the proposal. “Tonight I answered the easiest question I’ve ever been asked,” Anderson wrote on Instagram, alongside a photo with her future husband. “Without any doubt and without fear – I am so excited for this next chapter in our lives @mattthephotographer.”
In the lovely lakeside photo Anderson cuddles up to her fiance and shows off her brand new engagement ring! “Thank you to my family & all of my friends that went the extra mile to make sure this night was everything I’ve ever imagined. #HePutARingOnIt,” she wrote, giving credit to her friend Abby Frenes for the photo.
The future bride also shared a photo of her gorgeous engagement ring on Snapchat.
Taylor’s long time best friend Abigail is engaged! Congratulations to the happy couple! 🎉👏🏻 💖 pic.twitter.com/ZPzXLYHslt
— Hardcore Swiftie (@Swift13Updates) June 29, 2016
Like his fiancee, Lucier also took to social media to react and shared his favorite photo from the big moment. The photographer posted a pic of his fiancee standing behind him and wrote, “@abigail_lauren lucier… Has a nice ring to it… Boom! Pun of the day goes to me #dreamgirl.”
Anderson recently made headlines when she penned a touching message for Swift following the 1989 singer’s split from Calvin Harris. “There are few things more significant or valuable than a friendship that will withstand the test of time. Thank you for getting me. Always. @taylorswift,” In the photo was a watercolored heart drawing and the caption, “My weird heart loves your weird heart.”
— Abigail Anderson (@abiander) June 1, 2016
Swift took Anderson as her date to the 2015 Grammy Awards and threw the future bride a wild birthday party that same year. The pop superstar was previously the Maid of Honor in her friend Britany Maack‘s wedding this past February.