Idina Menzel gets engaged

It’s been an epic week for Idina Menzel – not only has her new album been released, but she’s also got engaged.

The Frozen star is celebrating the happy news with her boyfriend, actor Aaron Lohr, and shared it with fans even though the couple are usually very private about their relationship.

Just before she revealed her engagement, the singer thanked fans for their support with her latest album, Idina.

She was previously married to Taye Diggs, who she has seven-year-old son Walker with.

Idina and Aaron worked together in 2005 on a film adaptation of RENT, and have also starred together in musical See What I Wanna See.

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