Comedian Fortune Feimster is engaged to partner Jacquelyn Smith.
Feimster, who played lesbian nurse Colette Kimball-Kinney on Hulu’s The Mindy Project, shared the happy news Friday on social media, along with photos of her and Smith celebrating their engagement while on vacation in Big Sur, California.
“After two and a half years with my beautiful lady, she’s officially my feyoncé,” Feimster, 37, wrote.
“A few days ago Fortune asked me to join her on a magical adventure to Big Sur,” Smith captioned her own engagement photos, adding, “yes, yes, a thousand times, yes.”
“This is exciting!! I will officiate,” commented Mindy Project star and creator Mindy Kaling, to which Feimster responded, “YES PLEASE!!”
Feimster later thanked her fans for their good wishes. “My favorite response to this post so far has been from someone who was upset with me because they thought I didn’t know how to spell fiancé,” she tweeted. “But, seriously, thank you guys for all the love.”
Feimster, who broke out as a semi-finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, also impersonates Trump press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Netflix’s Chelsea.
See more photos of the happy couple below.
I cried the day marriage equality became legal in the United States. I didn't have a significant other but I hoped one day I would, and the fact that my country, my home would from then on recognize that future union meant more to me than I ever realized. You don't truly know how significant something like that is until you've been denied it and then suddenly the doors open. The day after we gained this equality, I met Jacquelyn. And I became even more grateful. So today I am thinking of all the gay people in Australia who will now know the joys of having their love be recognized in the eyes of the law. Happy official marriage equality! We're excited for you! #brightonbeach #marriageequality 🌈🌈🌈