Actress Drew Barrymore is reportedly engaged to her longtime boyfriend Will Kopelman.
A source close to the couple told People magazine that Kopelman proposed in Sun Valley, Idaho, and that "they are very happy together."
Kopelman, an art consultant, has been linked to the star since February of last year when they were spotted attending an event together.
According to People's insider, Barrymore's engagement ring is by the London jewelry company, Graff.
Barrymore spent about 10 days over the holidays with Kopelman in Sun Valley where they were seen dining at a romantic restaurant and posing graciously for pictures with fans.
Since reports of their relationship blossomed, Barrymore and Kopelman have appeared inseparable while attending events from Broadway shows to sporting events together.
Barrymore nor Kopelman have confirmed the engagement reports yet.
The child star of "E.T." has been married three times. In 1994, Barrymore married film producer Jeremy Thomas for a brief period. In 1999, she remarried comedian Tom Green until 2001.
The 36-year-old actress will appear in the upcoming film, "Big Miracle," in theaters everywhere Feb. 3.
She has received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress, and Screen Actors Guild Award, and well as several other awards for her acting.
In addition to acting, Barrymore is also a film producer and director. Her company, Flower Films, is responsible for "He's Just Not That Into You, "Charlie's Angels," and "Going the Distance."
Last June, Barrymore signed on to produce "Heist Society" after she finishes directing the romantic comedy, "How to Be Single."
Despite her Hollywood career, the actress still finds time to volunteer for charity. In 2007, she donated $1 million to the U.N.'s World Food Programme, and as a result was named Ambassador Against Hunger for the organization.