Home Australia Kyle Chalmers is all smiles as he announces his engagement to glamorous Norwegian swimmer Ingeborg Løyning, and the couple share a first look at the stunning ring.

Kyle Chalmers is all smiles as he announces his engagement to glamorous Norwegian swimmer Ingeborg Løyning, and the couple share a first look at the stunning ring.

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Kyle Chalmers and his girlfriend Ingeborg Løyning are engaged. The Australian swimmer shared the news on Instagram on Thursday night along with a carousel of pictures with his stunning lady love. Both in the photo

Kyle Chalmers and his girlfriend Ingeborg Løyning are engaged.

The Australian swimmer shared the news on Instagram on Thursday night along with a carousel of pictures with his stunning ladylove.

In the first image, Kyle, 25, is seen beaming as his Norwegian love tenderly rests her hand on his muscular chest, giving fans a glimpse of her stunning engagement ring.

A second frame shows the couple’s hands intertwined as they both show off what appear to be matching tattoos.

Ingeborg made sure the star of the third image is her blinding ring, as she extends her hand towards the camera.

Kyle Chalmers and his girlfriend Ingeborg Løyning are engaged. The Australian swimmer shared the news on Instagram on Thursday night along with a carousel of pictures with his stunning lady love. Both in the photo

In the first image, Kyle is seen smiling as his Norwegian love tenderly rests her hand on his muscular chest, giving fans a glimpse of her stunning engagement ring.

In the first image, Kyle is seen smiling as his Norwegian love tenderly rests her hand on his muscular chest, giving fans a glimpse of her stunning engagement ring.

A second frame shows the couple's hands intertwined as they both show off what appear to be matching tattoos.

A second frame shows the couple’s hands intertwined as they both show off what appear to be matching tattoos.

Ingeborg assured that the star of the third image is her blinding ring, as she extends her hand towards the camera.

Ingeborg assured that the star of the third image is her blinding ring, as she extends her hand towards the camera.

The couple captioned the image simply, noting the date of the announcement, writing “06.19.24.”

Kyle was first linked to Ingeborg in June 2023.

In November of the same year, they almost confirmed their romance after each uploaded a photo collage gallery to Instagram containing a very cozy image.

The couple’s good news comes after Chalmers revealed he almost quit swimming amid the infamous love triangle saga that rocked the Australian team in 2022.

Chalmers was in the eye of a media storm for his involvement in a love triangle with his ex-girlfriend Emma McKeon and fellow swimmer Cody Simpson.

His backflip at the world championships, in which he did a 180-degree turn on his decision to skip Budapest, thereby denying Simpson a spot on the team, led to accusations that his decision was not based solely on swimming. .

The story didn’t go away during the Commonwealth Games, where the three swimmers competed for Australia in Birmingham, and Chalmers says he spent the hours before his 100m freestyle race crying in his hotel room.

“It’s a sport that I love.” he told A Current Affair. ‘But I was in a very, very dark place.

Chalmers made headlines when he was caught in a 'love triangle' with his ex Emma McKeon (left) and singer Cody Simpson (right).

Chalmers made headlines when he was caught in a ‘love triangle’ with his ex Emma McKeon (left) and singer Cody Simpson (right).

The story didn't go away during the Commonwealth Games, where the three swimmers competed for Australia in Birmingham, and Chalmers says he spent the hours before his 100m freestyle race crying in his hotel room.

The story didn’t go away during the Commonwealth Games, where the three swimmers competed for Australia in Birmingham, and Chalmers says he spent the hours before his 100m freestyle race crying in his hotel room.

‘Thinking about that. He would ask me “why am I doing this? Why?”

“Especially last year, I think I hit rock bottom, I was probably alone in the Commonwealth Games. “Being in my room fully preparing for the final, I was crying in my room.

‘We are in a university, a fairly old building. “What am I, what am I here for?”

Chalmers previously revealed he had written a retirement statement amid his struggles and instead wanted to play local football in Australia.

“It was very, very stressful,” Chalmers told the Soda Room podcast. “I was going to say, now that I’m done, I’m going to stay in Port Lincoln and play country football.”

He added that any suggestion he kept Simpson out of the team for Budapest was “absolute bullshit”, but it wasn’t until the Commonwealth Games that he reached his all-time low.

“We’ve just broken the Commonwealth record and won gold… and they’ve just teed off,” he says. «Not a single question about swimming… Everything called a fight was complete nonsense. There was no enmity.

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