Sofia Richie and Elliot Grainge are engaged.
The 23-year-old model shared the good news on social media Wednesday with photos from the romantic candle lit proposal.
The outdoor proposal went down at sunset with photos showing a shocked Sofia standing with her hands over her face as Elliot got down on one knee.
According to ET, the newly engaged couple have been “friends for years.” Elliot is also close friends with Sofia’s brother, Miles.
Shortly after Elliot and Sofia went public in April 2021, a source told the outlet, “It’s very nice for Sofia to date someone who her family approves of and likes.”
So, who is Sofia Richie Fiance, Elliot Grainge?
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We’ve taken a deep dive to find everything you might like to know about Elliot Grainge and his relationship with Sofia Richie.
Elliot Grainge is 27 years old and owns the independent record label 10K Projects based in Los Angeles.
He graduated from Northeastern University.
His company has worked with the likes of Surfaces, Iann Dior, Internet Money, Poor Stacy, and has had 18 gold and eight platinum/multi-platinum singles that have amassed 22 billion streams.
He is the son of Chairman & CEO of Universal Music Group Sir Lucian Grainge.
Elliot and Sofia have sparked dating rumours after they were spotted on a night out together in Los Angeles.
Sofia also shared a picture with Elliot on her Instagram and captioned the post with a sunflower emoji.
Sofia Richie Fiance, Elliot Grainge Networth
Elliot’s exact net worth is unknown at the time of writing.
However, he is on ’30 under 30′ Forbes List and as a record label founder and music executive, he must have amassed a good personal fortune.
Plus, his father’s company Universal Music Group is valued at $33 billion (via Rolling Stones) which has signed the likes of Drake, Post Malone, Migos, Juice WRLD, Maroon 5, among others.
In 2020, UMG generated annual sales of $8.40 billion and gained more profits compared to 2019 (around $7 billion).
As for his personal wealth, Lucian’s net worth was estimated to be $40-50 million in 2020.