Greg Berlanti Engaged to Soccer Star Robbie Rogers
The couple welcomed their first child via surrogate earlier this year.
TV producer Greg Berlanti, 44, is engaged to soccer player Robbie Rogers, 29.
The pair announced the news Saturday afternoon on Instagram, along with a photo of the two seated in front of a string quartet.
"2016 was memorable for many reasons, for me it as the year my heart doubled in size. First, when my son Caleb was born. And second, a few days ago, when I got engaged to my soulmate," Berlanti, who has produced hit shows such as The Flash and Arrow, captioned the New Year's Eve post. "Though I dreamed of both those things happening, I'm not sure I truly believed they were possible."
LA Galaxy winger Rogers also shared the same photo on his own social media account, writing, "Thank you to everyone before us that made this moment possible... I feel extremely lucky and blessed to end 2016 engaged to the love of my life."
2016 was memorable for many reasons, for me it as the year my heart doubled in size. First, when my son Caleb was born. And second, a few days ago, when I got engaged to my soulmate though I dreamed of both those things happening, i'm not sure I truly believed they were possible. Thanks to the friends and family who helped me find my way to this moment in my blessed life. a happy and healthy 2017 to all.
The couple, who began dating back in 2013, welcomed their first child via surrogate in February. Berlanti shared a photo of themselves at the hospital with their son, Caleb Gene Berlanti, on Instagram, writing, "There is nothing I've wanted more, or waited for longer, than to be a father."
It is with much pride and love that I introduce to the world my son, Caleb Gene Berlanti. Born February 18, 2016. There is nothing I've wanted more, or waited for longer, than to be a father. Achieving this dream would not have been possible without the love and support of my wonderful family and surrogate, incredible boyfriend, amazing friends and co-workers that encouraged me and helped me on this remarkable journey. Check back in approximately 25-30 years for the tell-all about how I screwed it all up, until then apologies for the over posting of baby photos. My heart is full forever.
Congrats to the happy couple!