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  • Becky Hill has announced that she is engaged to her longtime boyfriend Charlie, who proposed to her while on a luxury vacation in the Maldives.

    The pop sensation, who rose to fame after appearing on The Voice in 2012, announced the exciting news with a series of photos of the happy couple on Instagram.

    While beaming after the proposal, she admitted that her beau surprised her on the last day of their romantic getaway.

    “Our last night in paradise! @thatcharlieg took me on a private tour of an uninhabited island yesterday… ❤️🦜🌴 qualified my open water diving lesson today and about to have our last dinner on the beach 🏝 many thanks @ siyamworld for making us stay,” she wrote alongside the stunning beach pics.

    Becky confessed that she made friends with everyone at the five-star Siyam World resort and was grateful for the way she and Charlie were looked after, alongside a photo of the couple kissing on a white sand beach and the first glimpse of her stunning sapphire and diamond ring.

    Sharing more glimpses of her on the romantic getaway with Charlie, they joked, “Turns out he really likes me 💍.”

    Charlie works in the events industry, which has been hit hard by the Covid pandemic in recent years. The pair have been dating for about six years, keeping their relationship in the spotlight despite Becky’s success.

    Becky recently shared that they neither identify as straight nor as gender binaries, explaining that she said she was faced with uncomfortable questions about her “queer” status during an interview in Poland.

    During Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball, Becky, who uses both the pronouns ‘she’ and ‘they’, told MailOnline: ‘One of the things I found particularly difficult was talking about my homosexuality in different countries.

    “But it’s difficult when attitudes in certain parts of the world have not been brought to the same date as us.

    “Everyone has to enter the 21st century, everyone has to get used to the idea that gay people are here and not going anywhere.”

    The I Could Get Used To This hitmaker also told Attitude: “I felt a bit like an impostor because I had a boyfriend for five and a half years…I feel a lot better now that I’m under the umbrella queer.

    “I also think it’s important for women to own their homosexuality, instead of over-sexualizing their desire for other women for the sake of straight men.”