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‘I love you today and forever’

CHICAGO FIRE — “Finish What You Started” Episode 1019 — Pictured: (lr) Anthony Ferraris as Tony, Miranda Rae Mayo as Stella Kidd, Chris Mansa as Mason — (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC)

Who’s in, who’s out on Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med by Danilo Castro

It seems congratulations are in order for yet another member of the Chicago Fire cast!

This weekend, Chicago Fire actor Chris Mansa took to Instagram to share some exciting personal news, revealing his engagement to R&B singer-songwriter and actress Méami via a sweet Instagram post.

“Built in God. Stronger together. I love you today and forever. – Paradice,” Mansa wrote in the caption of a new post on Instagram used to announce his engagement. “In case it’s not clear, I am engaged to the stunningly unmatched Meami.”

The message was accompanied by a pair of stunning shots from the couple’s sweet engagement photoshoot in which the pair are truly glowing. Check out Mansa’s engagement post below:

Chicago Fire cast congratulates Chris Mansa on engagement

Mansa’s castmates were quick to celebrate their friend and colleague’s exciting news, taking to the comments of his post to share messages of love and support.

“Congratulations you two!!!” wrote Alberto Rosende, who recently announced his own engagement just months ago. “Congratulations, Chris!” added Jimmy Nicks, a simple sentiment also echoed by Daniel Kyri.

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It’s definitely been exciting few months for Mansa who will return as Mason in the show’s upcoming eleventh season following his breakout performance in season 10. The future definitely just keeps looking brighter for 51’s newest addition and we here at One Chicago Center wish the happy couple all the best as they celebrate their engagement!

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