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A friend of the 27-year-old princess told PEOPLE that there is “zero competition” among Eugenie and Jack and Harry and Meghan. “It is complete love, and there is room for all of them,” says the friend. Eugenie and Jack, who have been dating for about seven years, got engaged while in Nicaragua in January. The bride-to-be showed off her stunning pink sapphire engagement ring last week during an interview with BBC 1. Of the proposal, Eugenie said: “The lake was so beautiful. The light was just a special light I had never seen. I actually said, ‘This is an incredible moment,’ and then he popped the question, which was really surprising even though we have been together seven years. “I was over the moon. [It was a] complete surprise. But it was the perfect moment, we couldn’t be happier.” Added Jack, who got down on one knee for the proposal: “It was amazing. I love Eugenie so much, and we’re very happy.” RELATED VIDEO: Royal Wedding Alert! Princess Eugenie Is Engaged to Longtime Boyfriend Jack Brooksbank The couple met when Eugenie was still at Newcastle University in the Swiss ski resort of Verbier after being introduced by friends and have been back there for vacations. “He is a really lovely chap,” a family friend told PEOPLE last year of Jack, 31.
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Theresa, 29, who declined to give her last name, guessed her boyfriend of two years was going to pop the question last summer. She’d been taking Ernst’s Saturday bootcamp classes ($40 to drop in, or $240 for eight sessions), but also signed up for his $139 a month virtual training program ($1,099 a year) for the months leading up to proposal season. “My fiance and I had had an open conversation about getting engaged about a year before, so I had a feeling that it might happen over the summer,” she told Moneyish. “So I thought, ‘Why don’t I start getting into shape before the proposal, so I’m not freaking out after. And now this is one less thing to worry about.” Theresa did weight training at home, and low-impact cardio on the bikes and ellipticals in the gym, since she was recovering from knee surgery. Ernst assigned her workouts through his app, and she has pumped her way up from seven-pound free weights to 15 pounds. “I lost 15 pounds, and 2.5 inches around my waist,” she said. And when her now-fiance did propose last July, she didn’t just feel good about her figure, but rather, her long-term health leading into this new life together. They’ll be wed in October. “I think a lot of people do this before getting engaged, but they don’t talk about it because it sounds superficial,” she said.
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