Former child actor Nathan Kress just popped the question to his girlfriend of four months, London Elise Moore, during a romantic candlelit proposal.

Kress, 22, portrayed Freddie Benson, the cute "iCarly" technical producer, who was in love with Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) and dated Sam (Jeanette McCurdy).

Kress and Moore have been dating for four months.

On May 29, the actor shared a sweet snap on Instagram of him on bended knee, popping the question to his girlfriend. He captioned the pic, "She said 'Heck yes." 

The ecstatic bride-to-be also shared a close-up shot of her stunning ring on her own Instagram account. Moore revealed in the caption that the sparkler is a 100-year-old "dream ring" that she and Kress picked out together. "We found it at the same small-town jewelry shop that Nathan's mom got her wedding ring 30 years ago. I am in LOVE with it. Funny how things work out :)"

The actress followed up the stunning shot of her bling with another snap of their proposal, showing a vintage convertible car parked on an overlook with a jaw-dropping view of the Angeles National Forest near L.A., as well as a romantic-looking setup with a candlelit table.

Moore appeared with Kress in the 2014 flick "Into the Storm."

There has been no official comment yet from Kress' "iCarly" co-stars Cosgrove, McCurdy or Jerry Trainor on his engagement. "iCarly" first aired in 2006 and was a ratings windfall for Nickelodeon. Cosgrove was the highest paid child star on the network, earning over $200K per episode.

While rumors persist of an series reunion, perhaps via a television movie, the original cast has been quoted as stating they don't believe it would be a good idea.

"I don't want to see old Carly Shay," Cosgrove reportedly told a journalist. "Everyone's going to have different vision of what the character is like, so to have that materialize is going to disappoint most people," she added.

Jennette McCurdy was also reported as stating, "I'd rather people go, 'Oh, please! Please!' than 'I can't believe you did that. It was horrible.'"

Kress commented on the revival, "I think it's a bit of a case of 'the book is better than the movie'."

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