Below Deck’s Hannah Ferrier Has Exciting News Following The Birth Of Her Baby

Just a month following the birth of Below Deck Mediterreanean star Hannah Ferrier’s first child, a daughter named Ava Grace, her partner Josh Roberts has asked her to be his wife (via People)! Taking to her Instagram to share the engagement exciting news, the new mom posted a photo of her shiny new bauble along with the caption, “And then there were three…and a ring.”

Fellow reality stars were quick to congratulate the newly engaged Ferrier, with Selling Sunset‘s Christine Quinn commenting about her ring, “Beautiful.” Meanwhile, Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Shay said, “OMG YESSSSSS!!!! Congrats!!!!”

Incidentally, Ferrier, who famously left the Bravo yachting show after it was revealed she had undeclared Valium and a CBD pen on board, a big “no-no,” just celebrated her 34th birthday, and has been dating Roberts for two years, according to People.

Hannah Ferrier wasn't in a rush to get engaged

“We actually met in a bar in Sydney the day after I landed after filming Season 4 [of the show],” Ferrier told Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live recently about crossing paths with Roberts. When asked pre-baby about whether the couple planned to wed, she noted, “I think it’s just nice when you’re with someone and you’re secure enough that you know that’s where it’s going. So you are quite comfortable with taking your time.”

Apparently they didn’t want to take too much time, since Roberts proposed so soon after welcoming baby Ava. About her soon-to-be husband Ferrier has said, “He’s very private, he hates social media, so, that’s definitely something that I respect. It’s probably for the best.” Ferrier added her man is very low-key.

We don’t know what the details of the proposal were — perhaps it was a low-key engagement? Either way, Ferrier seems extremely happy given the many exciting, life-changing events she has experienced, from the birth of her daughter, to now, getting ready to plan a wedding! Congratulations Hannah and Josh.

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