Neighbours stars Chris Milligan and Jenna Rosenow announce engagement

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Neighbours stars Chris Milligan and Jenna Rosenow have got engaged.

Chris, 32, announced the news as he shared a snap of them together on a beach at sunset, with an engagement ring seen on Jenna's hand.

He wrote with the snap: "How good is a sunset."

Their neighbours co-stars, Aril Rose Pengilly, Takaya Honda, and Ben Hall rushed to the comment section to congratulate the pair.

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April gushed: "CONGRATULATIONS!"

"Congratulations guys," Ben wrote, while an elated Takaya added: "haha yassss #subtle late congrats."

Chris and Jenna, 30, quit Neighbours in 2016 to pursue other career opportunities.

But Chris' character Kyle Canning made his return to the popular soap last year.

Jenna, who played Amber Turner, has since went on to land a role in DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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She's also set to feature in an upcoming Netflix project titled Firefly Lane, starring Katherine Heigl, Sarah Chalke and Ben Lawson.

Chris previously discussed the heartwarming moment he first met Jenna on Takaya's podcast – saying he knew he liked her the moment she came on set.

The pair moved to LA to explore acting opportunities after quitting neighbours.

Discussing their choice to move to the US on Takaya's podcast, he said: "I mean me and Jenna moved to LA, we were in LA for two years.

"Then we moved to Canada for six months. Then I came back to Brisbane, back to labouring work for three months, and then I came back on the show."

Although the pair are back in Oz Chris is eyeing up a return to the US.

He said: "The whole LA thing, going over there and doing that, I feel like I'm going to be better once I go back.

"It's not that I wasn't ready… I don't think I was ready for what would've happened if I did get a job. I was looking at LA the wrong way."

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