'Pitch Perfect' stars Anna Camp and Skylar Astin announce engagement

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Aca-awesome news, Pitch Perfect stars Anna Camp and Skylar Astin are engaged. The loved up pair announced their announcement via their respective Instagram pages on Saturday.

"I asked. She said yes!!!" wrote 28-year-old Skylar alongside a picture of the couple smiling broadly and Anna proudly showing off her large engagement ring. The actor, who plays Jesse in the musical film, proposed to his girlfriend of 2 years while the couple were holidaying in Hawaii.

I asked. She said yes!!! ❤️💖❤️💖

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Prior to the engagement news, Anna posted several pictures of the couple’s beautiful Kauai retreat on her Instagram page to her 516k followers.

The couple met on the set of the first Pitch Perfect film in 2012. Despite Skylar playing the love interest of Anna Kendrick’s character Becca, the two began dating when the film wrapped in 2013.

Their relationship blossomed only a few months after Anna’s first husband, actor Michael Mosley, filed for divorce. The couple, who married after a two year engagement, separated on New Year’s Day 2013, with Michael filing for divorce in May citing 'irreconcilable differences'.

The couple met on the set of Pitch Perfect in 2012

Although Anna is mostly known for her role in Pitch Perfect, the actress has been working at her trade for a long time. From a young age the actress was starring in theatre productions such as Equus, starring alongside Daniel Radcliffe, before moving on to films. Recently she appeared in the pilot of Good Girls Revolt, a series that has since been picked up by Amazon.

Although the newly engaged couple have yet to discuss wedding preparations, we can expect to see members of the Pitch Perfect cast at the nuptial,s as Anna revealed to ET Online that the co-stars are still very close friends. "We all really do hang out," she said, adding: "we actually are friends, and I don’t think that is something you can say about all projects or every film."

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