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Published: 14:45 BST, 24 May 2017 | Updated: 19:26 BST, 24 May 2017
Lance Armstrong will be walking down the aisle again.
On Tuesday the cyclist announced he popped the question to his girlfriend Anna Hansen, 34. They met 10 years ago and already have son Max, seven, and Olivia, six.
And the 45-year-old - who has been linked to Kate Hudson, Sheryl Crow and Tory Burch - shared a photo of the two of them after the proposal. Anna's ring can be seen in the image.
Another round: Lance Armstrong will be walking down the aisle again. On Tuesday the cyclist announced he popped the question to his girlfriend, Anna Hansen
'She said..... YES!!!!' he captioned the photo. The two are on a boat in Lake Austin, Texas.
He is smiling as he holds onto the pretty blonde's knee and she is beaming at him while wearing her engagement ring as well as a black sweater and cut-off shorts.
Armstrong also has son Luke, 17, and twin daughters Grace and Isabelle, 15, with ex-wife, Kristin Richard. Lance was married to Kristin from 1998 until 2003.
Not a new thing: They met 10 years ago and already have son Max, seven, and Olivia, six. Here they are pictured in 2015
Issues: Though thinks are looking roses with his personal life, the athlete is still having issues with his doping. Seen here in 2013
He then went on to date singer Crow from 2003 until 2006. Next came Whitney Casey, fashion designer Burch and former child star Ashley Olsen. In 2008 he had a much talked-about relationship with actress Hudson.
Though things are now looking roses with his personal life, the athlete is still having issues with his doping.
Armstrong, who had long denied using performance-enhancing drugs, admitted to doping in January 2013 during a much-publicized interview with talk show host Oprah Winfrey.
Tough path: Armstrong, who had long denied using performance-enhancing drugs, admitted to doping in January 2013 during a much-publicized interview with talk show host Oprah Winfrey
In February it was revealed a judge ruled the U.S. government's suit against Armtrong will head to trial.
The ruling in Washington D.C. clears the way for a jury to consider whether Armstrong cheated the government by accepting millions of dollars in sponsorship money from the U.S. Postal Service while doping.
Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned for life from bicycle racing in 2012 by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency after it accused him in a report of engineering one of the most sophisticated doping schemes in sports.
The ex: He dated singer Crow from 2003 until 2006; here they are seen in 2005
In step: In 2008 he had a much talked-about relationship with actress Kate Hudson
Armstrong's former teammate, Floyd Landis had originally brought a lawsuit against Lance in 2010 under a federal law, the False Claims Act.
That let whistle-blowers pursue fraud cases on behalf of the government, and obtain rewards if successful.
Landis stands to gain up to 25 percent of whatever sum the government recovers. Attorneys for Landis did not immediately respond to request for comment.
The USPS paid around .3 million to Armstrong's cycling team, the now-defunct Tailwind Sports Corp, from 2000 to 2004, looking to capitalize on Armstrong's Tour de France victories in 1999 and 1998, as well as his 'compelling personal story,' Cooper said in his ruling.
Armstrong survived advanced testicular cancer discovered in 1996, when he was 25.
The government is seeking triple damages on the amount they paid to Armstrong's team.