Teddy Geiger announced Saturday, November 10, that he was engaged to actress Emily Hampshire.
30-year-old songwriters known for their 2006 hit "For You I Will (Confidence)" broke the good news on Instagram.
"I love this woman so much that she treats me like a princess and makes me laugh harder than anyone," he said of Hampshire, 37, who starred in the film Darren Aronofsky "Mother!" And the Canadian sitcom "Schitt's Creek." picture, he and Hampshire shared a selfie on the bed.
In the next post, Geiger posted a series of photos holding the blanket while in bed, tears in their eyes and wearing diamond rings.
"That's why … When he asked me if I wanted to spend the rest of our lives with me saying … YES YES YES YES YES YES NO YES NO YES," he said.
It is not clear when the couple started dating, even though they started posting to each other in August.
Geiger announced on social media in October 2017 that he was transitioning to become a woman. In a Rolling Stone interview published yesterday, November 14, Geiger said he knew he was a girl since he was 5 years old.
Even though it's been three years since he started to appear more femme, like going to a public place with painted nails, he feels it's time for him to be clean with his gender identity.
"Nobody really knows me, and all these things now every day I don't have to deal with," he said. "This is a big burden being lifted."
The 16-year-old Geiger when "For You I Will (Confidence)" was released and left business on 21. He has returned to the world of music as a songwriter, creating pop songs including Shawn Mendes "Treat You Better" and One Arahan "Little Black dress. " This month, he released the album "LillyAnna." / ra
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