Yes to you!
Peloton’s favorite cycle instructors Ben Alldis and Leanne Hainsby are engaged after three years of dating.
The London-based Peloton instructors announced their engagement on Wednesday via social media and a rep for the company confirmed the news “with much happiness.”
“31st July 2021 ? I can’t believe I get to be your wife @benjaminalldis x,” Hainsby, 33, wrote alongside a series of photos showing off the ring and the moment he popped the question.
Alldis posted the same set of photos during a romantic getaway to Ibiza, Spain, writing, “31.7.21 The most special day of our lives so far. The future Mrs A ?”
Fans first speculated that Alldis and Hainsby were engaged after the couple shared — and subsequently deleted — a photo of Hainsby sporting her engagement ring during their vacation.
Hainsby and Alldis’ co-workers took the comments to congratulate the newly engaged couple.
“Congrats babies,” Cody Rigsby wrote, while Kendall Toole, added, “I had a feeling.”
“OMG OMG OMG hyperventilating here!!” fellow London instructor Becs Gentry said. “Huge congratulations to you and @benjaminalldis. you’re the cutest pair ever.”
Kristin McGee added, “OMG!!!!! I am SOOOO happy for you both!!!!!!!!!”
Alex Toussaint, Matty Maggiacomo, Jess King and newbie Callie Gullickson also sent their love on social media, with Gullickson mentioning that July 31 is a special day all around for the Peloton family as Ally Love wed Andrew Haynes in Mexico on the same day.
The couple first met while training to become instructors for Peloton in 2018.
While they kept their relationship a secret in the beginning, fans were able to piece together that they were they both were live-streaming classes from the same room during the COVID-19 lockdown.
“We were conducting classes from our tiny spare room where we struggle to get a bed in!” she told You magazine. “At one time there were 10,000 people in that bedroom!”
The couple later shared how exercise strengthened their relationship in a blog for Peloton, with Hainsby revealing that they are each other’s biggest supporters.
“On the days we don’t feel like working out, we are there to hold each other accountable, to encourage and motivate one another, because as fitness professionals, we know how much a good workout can change everything,” she said.
Alldis added, “We share a very similar mindset on the importance of keeping as fit and healthy as we can; mainly because it makes us feel great, but secondly, so we can be better for each other and for those around us.
“We both have different strengths and weaknesses, so it’s great to also learn from each other. I must admit though, Leanne as an ex-professional dancer has still got a lot of work to do to help me improve my dancing skills.”
Hopefully, Alldis will be ready to put on his dancing shoes for their upcoming wedding.