It’s official.

Clermont Police Officer Kris Kruse and Liz Darrah, his girlfriend of two years, are engaged to be married.

Their Facebook statuses say "engaged." Pictures showing the couple smiling from ear-to-ear, posing with a sign that reads “SHE SAID YES!” and a hashtagged phrase “#KRUSEingdowntheaisle” are posted on their timelines, marking the occasion.

On Tuesday, words from the happy couple emanated happiness and hope for their future together, a huge turnaround from the uncertainty and fear they endured after Kruse was severely burned in a bonfire accident after the Super Bowl in February.

More than 65 percent of Kruse's body was scorched and he was given a 50-50 survival rate. Kruse endured a grueling recovery, but through it all, his parents, family members, friends, strangers and of course, Darrah, have stood by his side.

The Nov. 18 engagement is the start of a new chapter in their lives.

Kruse said despite the “crappy” things he’s been through this year, he feels blessed and fulfilled.

“I didn’t know how my life would turn out post-injury, but everything seems to be looking up and falling into place,” Kruse said. “I was able to go back to work and now, just to know that I will be able to walk through the rest of my life with her hand-in-hand and down the aisle eventually, and to know she stuck with me the whole way through everything and that she’s still in my life, is amazing.”

Darrah said though Kruse’s accident was a horrible thing, it brought them closer together.

“It only made us stronger and kind of pushed us into getting ready for the next step in our relationship,” Darrah said. “I don’t even know what I’m feeling. I am still on cloud nine and I can’t stop looking at my ring. It’s all so exciting.”

Kruse said he’d been planning on proposing for about three months, but was waiting for the perfect time.

He said he and Liz just purchased a house together. On Friday they were at the site to supposedly take pictures by the “sold” sign.

Kruse said he had a “Will you marry me?” sign professionally printed to resemble the "for sale" signs his dad Jack Kruse — also a Clermont Police Officer and real estate agent — staked to the ground.

He said when Darrah finally noticed it, he whipped out the ring, went down on one knee and proposed, only to have her drop another sign she was holding and start crying.

Through her happy tears, Darrah said “yes” and sealed the deal, an answer Kruse was anticipating, hence the “SHE SAID YES,” sign he’d also had printed prior to the big day.

The only detail not confirmed was Darrah’s claim that Kruse cried too.

“I was so surprised and also relieved because I didn’t know what was going on all day. His (Kruse’s) mom took me shopping and it seemed like she was trying to keep me away from my house. Kris was acting all evasive and weird,” Darrah said.

Darrah wanted to call and tell all her friends, but none could be reached since Kruse had all of them waiting at her parent’s house for a surprise engagement party.

“It was tough keeping it from Liz, that’s for sure, but it was worth it,” he said.

Darrah said though no date has been set for the wedding, they are thinking either November 2017 or March 2018.

In anticipation, Darrah said she’s set up one of the most important things she needs right now.

“I’ve already got a Pinterest board set up,” Darrah said.

Kruse’s parents say they are happy for their son and can't think of him with anyone but Darrah.

“Liz already fulfilled her future vows by sticking with Kris through the 'worse' part of 'for better or worse.' She is a beautiful person in every way, and their love for each other shines bright whenever they are together. Please join Jill and I in wishing them a long and love filled life together,” Jack Kruse wrote in a Facebook post of his own on Friday.