Is David Hasselhoff's girlfriend ready for marriage?

Jul 22, 2013 at 1:33 p.m. ET

David Hasselhoff has been with his blonde beauty, Haley Roberts, since 2011 and it seems that she may almost be ready for marriage.

Haley Roberts has been dating David Hasselhoff since 2011 and while the Hoff has reportedly proposed to the 32-year-old petite blonde "five or six times," she has always turned down his proposals. Haley Roberts may be ready for marriage

So what's different now? Roberts may feel she's ready to commit this time around, as she told the U.K. issue of HELLO! magazine, "If he really meant it, I probably would say yes. I'd get engaged as a sign that we're committed to each other, but I don't want to rush into marriage."

"We have plenty of time, so if he does ask, I think we'd be engaged for a few years before we actually married."

Hasselhoff is anxious to get the proposal right this time and get the desired answer — however, he's waiting for a break in their busy schedules before he pops the question again.

During a joint interview with the new U.K. issue of HELLO! magazine Hasselhoff said, "I think the proposal will happen when we have a minute to take a breath. We've been going at 90 miles an hour since we met. When I proposed before, we were just having fun with the romance of it all and having a laugh with the fans on Twitter."

Hasselhoff was previously married to Catherine Hickland for five years, which ended back in 1984. He then married Pamela Bach, and before they filed for divorce in 2006, they had two daughters, Hayley, 20, and Taylor, 23.

The 61-year-old Baywatch star is very happy and has said, "Two years ago I just picked her up in a hotel bar and wanted to take her to a movie. We're very happy together and she's really good for me."

The beautiful blonde seems to bring out the best in Hasselhoff and he seems to be willing to woo her, even taking her to Bali to celebrate their two-year anniversary. Let's hope that Hasselhoff gets it right and wedding bells could be ringing for the couple in the future.

Photo credit: Adriana M. Barraza