Proud moment! Lauren Conrad's fiance William Tell graduated from law school at the University of Southern California on Friday, May 16. The Paper Crown fashion designer shared a sweet photo of the couple following the ceremony via Instagram.
"This guy graduated from law school today! So proud! #esquire," Conrad, 28, gushed. In the selfie, the twosome are smiling ear-to-ear as Tell is sporting his red graduation robe. The Hills alum, meanwhile, looked adorable as she borrowed his matching graduation cap.
Conrad and the former Something Corporate rocker, 34, got engaged back in October and live together in a condominium in L.A.'s Westwood area. Last month, they expanded their family with an adorable new puppy! "Newest member of the Conrad clan stole me heart," Conrad wrote. (She also has rescued dogs, Chloe and Fitz.)
The couple have certainly kept busy since their engagement, and have kept mum about their relationship for the most part. However, back in January, Tell discussed law school and how supportive Conrad has been through it all.
"I wanted to go to law school because I'd always been fascinated by government, politics, history. I thought the legal system was so fascinating!" Conrad's beau told legal site Above the Law. "And being a lawyer gives you a route to professional autonomy if that's what you want." (In his last semester, he studied criminal procedure and some entertainment law courses.)
"She's extremely supportive of me being in law school, which is funny because I mostly come home and want to forget about it or to talk about what I'm doing at work," Tell joked of Conrad. "She's definitely interested in what I'm doing at school though. And it comes up at weird times. Like, a while ago, we were watching [legal drama] Suits, and I remember saying that what was happening in the show wasn't exactly the way it worked in real life."
So, what's next for Tell? (Besides wedding planning!) He'll soon be preparing to take the bar, which will bring a new change for the couple. He added: "I think we're going to move down to Orange County for a few months while I study."