Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom has confirmed his engagement to New Zealand student Elizabeth Donnelly, just a year after they started dating.
The 43-year-old sparked rumours he had proposed to Elizabeth, 21, after telling fans on Twitter to follow his wife, alongside a ring emoji.
The entrepreneur later confirmed in emails to NZME the engagement was real, and that the wedding would be in November 2017.
Auckland-based Donnelly began dating billionaire Dotcom just a year ago, after they started messaging on Instagram.
"I'm in love. We're in love. This is not some fling - this is serious," Dotcom previously said of his partner.
The Megaupload founder also admitted before meeting Donnelly, he had doubted he’d ever love again after separating from his wife, Mona Verga.
“My heart turned ice cold…to love and be loved is what happiness is all about. I’m so happy that I met Liz and that I can feel those butterflies again,” he said.
Donnelly moved into Dotcom’s Auckland penthouse just eight weeks after they first made contact on Instagram.
The business and law student was previously in a relationship with businessman Mark Harrison.
The 21-year-old has previously shared details of their unorthodox first date, where she went and hung out with Dotcom, his ex-wife and their children.
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