iCarly's Nathan Kress Is Engaged — Get the Proposal (and Ring!) Details


Premiere time with @londonelisemoore!!! #HotPursuit

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Looks like Nathan Kress — who played Freddie Benson on the hit Nickelodeon show iCarly — is the latest celeb to get engaged! The 22-year-old actor popped the question to girlfriend London Elise Moore, an actress and stunt performer, with a romantic surprise proposal.

After just a few months of dating, Kress got down on one knee and asked Moore to marry him at a scenic overlook in Angeles National Forest in Southern California, with an intimate table set for two and a vintage Mustang in the background. Moore didn't just say "yes" — Kress captioned on Instagram that he got a "heck yes" out of his bride-to-be.

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She said "Heck yes". PC: @steveanderica

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In addition to sharing their proposal details on Instagram, Moore also gave a sneak peek of her stunning engagement ring, a 100-year-old "vintage dream ring" that the two picked out together at the same jewelry shop where Kress's mother got her wedding ring 30 years ago. "I am in LOVE with it. Funny how things work out," Moore said.

The actor has been open about how much Moore, who played Michelle Williams's stunt double in Oz the Great and Powerful, means to him. "In my core group of friends who I have now, what used to be my core group, now it's my core group and one of them became my girlfriend, which has been really cool and nice and another new thing," Kress told M Magazine.

Last one, I promise. #SayyestotheKress

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Based on Kress's elaborate proposal, we're anxious to see what sweet wedding details pop up from this super-cute couple.

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