Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Shay is engaged to father of her child Brock Davies.
The SUR waitress-turned-reality star, 36, had fans talking after flashing a diamond engagement ring while out in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
That evening she and Brock were seen ‘celebrating love’ at LA hotspot Craig’s with co-stars James Kennedy, Raquel Leviss and Ariana Madix, according to E! News.
Getting hitched! Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Shay is engaged to father of her child Brock Davies
Scheana was happy to show off her sparkler (which was designed by VPR insider Kyle Chan) during the surprise engagement party.
Everyone seemed excited about the news, according to onlookers.
‘Brock and Ariana kept grabbing Scheana’s arms and looking super happy and excited for her… Scheana looked really happy and her and Brock look really in love. They were cuddling at the table and laughing the entire night.’
Scheana was casual cool for the night out, donning a plum jacket over a tiny black dress while Brock was casual cool in a green button down and khakis.
Shay and Davies, a rugby player, welcomed daughter Summer Moon Honey Davies on April 26.
Bling! Scheana was happy to show off her sparkler (which was designed by VPR insider Kyle Chan) during the surprise engagement party
It appears that Scheana has finally found her dream man after years of relationship drama.
She made her debut on Vanderpump Rules while in caught in the middle of Eddie Cibrian’s divorce from Brandi Glanville back in 2009.
‘It was just a mess. I ended things there, I stopped talking to him, and I’ve never talked to him again,’ she told Us Weekly in 2013.
Then she dated soap star Robert Valleta before meeting husband of three years Mike Shay, who she was wed to from 2014 to 2017.
Shay’s issues with addiction, however, led to the couple’s demise – and Scheana’s reunion with Valleta.
Scheana and Rob’s rocky relationship was documented on season six of VPR but they called things off for good in August 2017.
Talking about their drama in November 2018, Shay said: ‘With Rob, there was so many times that things didn’t really [seem] right, but I ignored it. I ignored signs, I ignored other opinions.’
‘I was just like “No, no, no, this is perfect” because I couldn’t admit that me jumping into a relationship a month after a divorce was a bad idea. I couldn’t admit that things weren’t perfect. I just wanted everyone to think, “Oh wow, this is her fairy-tale ending, she got divorced and met the love of her life. And everyone lived happily ever after.” And that was not the case.’