Little Monsters everywhere now have a Papa Monster to welcome to the family. Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga, delivered the big news that she and actor Taylor Kinney got engaged on no less than the day of hearts, Valentine's 2015.

Of course, the over-the-top musician can't just have any diamond engagement ring on her finger. Kinney proposed to her with an uber-romantic heart-shaped diamond ring. Only one word can describe Lady Gaga's new bling: HUGE!

Although the rumors of the couple's engagement were already going around, the singer beat the Paparazzi to the scoop by posting a photo of the ring on her own social media accounts, along with the incredibly sweet and gushy caption:

"He gave me his heart on Valentine's Day, and I said YES!"

 He gave me his heart on Valentine's Day, and I said YES!

A photo posted by @ladygaga on Feb 16, 2015 at 1:06pm PST

Kinney reportedly popped the question on Valentine's day and celebrated at Gaga's family-owned Italian restaurant, on Manhattan's Upper West Side, Joanne Trattoria.

The couple met on the set of Lady Gaga's video for her single "You & I" in 2011 where the shirtless Kinney played her racy romantic interest while she wore her mother's actual wedding dress.

The connection between the two was almost instantaneous, and they began dating a few months later. Although they split in 2012 for a month, they were back together, more in love than ever and already talking marriage on several interviews.

On his lady love, Kinney told reporters at a party during the recent Golden Globe Awards: "I'm reserved. She's not. For whatever reason, it works."

Lady Gaga as well couldn't stop praising her love for Kinney, telling shock jock Howard Stern on his show that she would jump to marry Kinney if he proposed.

"He is the right guy," she gushed of her beau. "How do we know? It's this feeling..." she said.

Congratulations to the happy couple! We can't wait to see what Mother and Papa Monster will wear to their big day.

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