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'Property Brothers' star Drew Scott engaged to longtime girlfriend

The "Property Brothers" star surprised his longtime girlfriend with an elaborate proposal she couldn't turn down.
/ Source: TODAY

Drew Scott, one half of the “Property Brothers” duo, is officially off the market!

The real state agent and HGTV star proposed to longtime girlfriend Linda Phan at Toronto's Piano Piano restaurant.

Scott took to great lengths to surprise his sweetheart, according to People, which first reported the engagement.

“I’ve had to be as stealthy as a ninja to pull this off,” he told the magazine.

Scott, who said he carried around the ring with him for weeks, proposed during dinner while a version of him singing the Train song “Marry Me" played.

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Drew Scott and fiance Linda Phan at an New York City event for AMC.Noam Galai / Getty Images for AMC

Restaurant staff then brought out a cake decorated from one of Phan’s favorite Dr. Seuss’s books, “Oh the Places You’ll Go," but the wording was tweaked to read, “Oh the Places We’ll Go.”

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The couple continued to celebrate with a surprise engagement party that Phan originally thought was supposed to be a company holiday party for Scott Brothers Entertainment, the media company where she serves as creative director.

The parents of the happy couple, along with Scott’s siblings — Jonathan, the other “Property Brother,” and J.D. — were among the family and friends in attendance at the party.

Scott and Phan met in 2010 at a Toronto Fashion Week event, and have been dating for six years. As creative director for Scott Brothers Entertainment, she oversees multiple projects including digital content, marketing campaigns and philanthropic efforts.

Congratulations to the happy couple. We can't wait to see their first project together!

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