Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn may be getting married sooner rather than later. Over the weekend, after attending a party in Beverly Hills, California, Munn was seen driving away with a diamond ring on her left hand ring finger.

Although Rodgers, 33, and Munn, 36, have not yet confirmed any plans to tie the knot, a People Magazine report on January 30 suggested that the "Office Christmas Party" actress had fueled engagement rumors with her latest public outing in Los Angeles. According to the report, Munn's mystery ring appeared to include a ruby surrounded by diamonds and set on a gold band.

Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn have been dating for nearly three years

Rodgers and his actress girlfriend first confirmed their romance in early 2014 and in the years since, they have taken to the red carpet together many times. They've also been quite public with their relationship on social media -- and even have Instagram accounts for their two dogs.

While Rodgers and Munn have never spoke about the possibility of a future marriage, they have faced rumors regarding the possibility in the past. Most recently, a report claimed the couple may be engaged after Munn was seen sporting a different ring. However, Munn quickly shot down the reports on Instagram with a screenshot of a text message conversation with her mother, in which the woman asked Munn if she and Rodgers were preparing to wed.

Aaron Rodgers is reportedly estranged from his family

News of Rodgers' possible engagement comes just a short time after the his father, Ed Rodgers, spoke to The New York Times about their family feud. According to the report, Rodgers allegedly stopped talking to his family shortly after he and Munn started dating.

“Airing public laundry is not what I would have chosen,” Ed Rodgers told the outlet of his family's issues making headlines -- and being featured on "The Bachelorette" (Jordan Rodgers, the younger brother of Aaron, appeared on the show).

As for Munn's possible role in the feud, a People Magazine source claimed the actress didn't really have anything to do with it.