Kodi Smit-McPhee engaged

'Power of the Dog' actor Kodi Smit-McPhee has got engaged after he popped the question to his significant other Rebecca Phillipou.



Kodi Smit-McPhee has got engaged
Kodi Smit-McPhee has got engaged

Kodi Smit-McPhee has got engaged.

The 'Power of the Dog’ star and his significant other Rebecca Phillipou - who have been dating for nearly nine years - are to marry after he got down on one knee and popped the question.

Kodi shared a picture on his Instagram Story of him down on one knee and placing a ring on Rebecca's finger, and another of her looking shocked.

The 26-year-old star proposed on a rooftop in their hometown of Melbourne.

Jared Eng, founder of blog JustJared, wrote on Instagram: "Congrats @KodiSmithMcPhee @BeccPhilla on your engagement!! So happy for you two. [ring emoji] (sic)"

Kodi decorated the rooftop with an all-white flower arrangement, and large letters that spelled out "M-A-R-R-Y M-E".

A source told JustJared: "She was so shocked and surprised, but completely over the moon.

"They’ve been a couple for almost nine years and after purchasing a home together last month, they are ready to take the next step in life together.

"Kodi had a beautiful rooftop covered with gorgeous all-white flower arrangements, pink flower petal confetti and large white marquee letters spelling out M-A-R-R-Y M-E.

"Looking out onto the Melbourne skyline, he got down on one knee and proposed. It was such a precious moment."

But some Asa Butterfield fans walking past the Melbourne rooftop at the time Kodi popped the question could be forgiven for thinking their hero was the one proposing.

In February, Kodi admitted he often pretends to be the 'Sex Education' star because so many of his supporters mistake him for the actor.

He said: "I would have to say, I tend to be under the radar quite a bit so I’m not even going to try and lie and say they have people coming up to me a lot, but I do for some reason, well not for some reason, I clearly look like him, I get a lot of Asa Butterfield’s fans coming up thinking that I’m him.

"At this point, I don’t even reject it, just like, ‘Yeah, thank you. I hope you love the show, it’s doing really good.' "