Kim Kardashian is taking her high-profile relationship with Kanye West to the next level as the rapper reportedly proposed on Monday.
The couple have been together since April 2012, and welcomed their first child, North, on June 15 this year.
In celebration of Kardashian's 33rd birthday on Monday, Oct. 21, West invited friends and family to AT&T Park in San Francisco, Calif. where he popped the question, according to Us Weekly.
"He projected 'please marry me' onto the stadium screen for everyone to see," an insider revealed.
Then, cementing rumors that the engagement is true, a photo posted to Instagram revealed a smiling Kardashian flashing her enormous engagement ring.
"Wow!!! Am I dreaming?" Kardashian's sister Khloe posted to Twitter on Monday. "Tears of JOY!!!! Wow!!!!"
Later in the evening, West made an appearance at the Hollywood Film Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., telling audience members that he had just flown in from San Francisco and that he would be returning there that night.
However, Kardashian's birthday celebrations do not end there. This Friday, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star is headed to a bash at Las Vegas' Tao.
The marriage to West will be Kardashian's third; the reality television star was married to NBA player Kris Humphries in 2011 for just 72 days. Their lengthy divorce proceedings finally concluded last June.
Kardashian was also married to music producer Damon Thomas, but the marriage ended in 2004.
Meanwhile, it comes as no surprise that Kardashian and West have plans to walk down the aisle. In her first interview since welcoming baby North, the new mom admitted her dependence on her significant other.
"You want your guy to think you're really hot," she started. "I'll put something on and [Kanye] will say, 'No, that doesn't look good.' And I'll trust him."
Alternately, it was initially revealed that West was in love with Kardashian in the rapper's song "Way Too Cold" last year.
Afterward, Kardashian remained coy about the romance rumors naming the Grammy Award-winner.
"Kanye and I have been friends for years," she explained on the "Today" show. "You never know what the future holds or where my life will take me."