Lauren Conrad Engaged!

Reality TV star turned lifestyle brand Lauren Conrad said “yes” to boyfriend William Tell over the weekend. The former Laguna Beach and The Hills star turned what could have been her 15 minutes into several years of sustainable success, with several retail ventures, a few bestselling books and a few websites under her belt. After notoriously dating fellow reality tv personalities (Ste-phen Coletti, Jason Wahler, Brody Jenner etc.,) Lauren is now walking down the aisle with a law student.

The USC law student isn’t only legally talented, he was the guitarist for Something Corporate around the same time the band’s songs were set to slow pans of crashing waves in Laguna. Lauren announced the pair’s engagement on her website by posting a picture of her engagement ring.

Simple, classic, but luxurious, the four prong solitaire showcases a gorgeous round brilliant diamond. The ring definitely fits Lauren’s personality. She also announced that impending nuptials mean that wedding content will be coming to LaurenConrad.com – we’re hoping for some fun and creative Wedding DIY projects culminating in a cliffside California wedding.

This might be one of many of a string of serious relationships for Lauren, but this is her first engagement. The news of the proposal comes along with the news that first Lauren’s serious boyfriend Jason Wahler wed model Ashley Slack at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu this weekend.

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