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‘Modern Family’ star to marry ‘Bachelorette’ star

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Actress Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams announced on social media their engagement. The couple met on social media in 2016 and began dating in 2017.

LOS ANGELES — “Modern Family” actress Sarah Hyland and “Bachelorette” alum Wells Adams are engaged.

Hyland, 28, and Adams, 35, took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce the news.

Hyland posted a series of images of the couple’s special moment on a beach, including a picture of Adams down on one knee holding a small box.

Adams shared a video of the precious moment and photos of them toasting to their new chapter. Hyland’s representative confirmed the news.

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Hyland and Adams met on social media in 2016 and began dating in 2017.

Wells competed on season 12 of ABC’s “The Bachelorette.”

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