Jodie Kidd and David Blakeley secretly got engaged four months ago when the ex-army officer popped the question during a romantic trip to India.
Jodie Kidd is engaged to David Blakeley.
The British model has been on ''cloud nine'' since her ex-army beau popped the question four months ago following a whirlwind romance.
She gushed to Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''It is absolutely brilliant. We are totally chuffed and on cloud nine.''
David added: ''I am feeling really excited and over the moon. I've never asked anyone else to marry me - I've never felt like this before.''
The couple decided to keep their engagement a secret at first so they could revel in the happy news with their close family and friends.
Jodie, 35, added: ''We just wanted to enjoy that moment for us, although we told our immediate families. I can't believe we got away with it.''
David - who has served in the military for over 19 years - chose Udaipur in Rajasthan, India, as the location for his proposal after being invited to give a talk on leadership and war over there, and was nervous about Jodie foiling his plan on the flight over.
He joked: ''I hid [the ring] in a pair of socks and panicked at one point when she very nearly did find it.''
Jodie - who has a two-year-old son Indio, with her ex-partner Andrea Vianini - believes she has found The One in David and instantly knew he was the man she wanted to spend the rest of her life with.
She said: ''It feels totally right when you meet the right person and you realise then why previous relationships didn't work. David and I are the same age and we've both been through a lot. We're older and wiser and feel very lucky to have found each other.
''I'm super happy after going through so many years op trauma and unhappiness. He is going to be a fantastic stepdad. They bonded from day one and it's lovely to see Indi have a bit of male stability.''
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