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Real Housewives Of Miami newcomer Nicole Martin has become engaged to her boyfriend Anthony Lopez

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Love is in the air for Nicole Martin as she started off 2022 an engaged woman.The Real Housewives Of Miami newcomer said the proposal was a 'total surprise' on New Year's Eve.'We've talked about marriage before.

I think we both knew it would happen one day. I just didn't know that day was coming so soon,' the 37-year-oldanesthesiologist said in an interview withPeople.

Freshly engaged:Love is in the air and Nicole Martin started off 2022 engaged. The Real Housewives of Miami newcomer said the proposal was a 'total surprise' on New Year's EveThe trial lawyer popped the question while the couple was on a family vacation with their two-year-old son, Greyson, in Aspen. 'It was simple and private, and nothing short of perfect.

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