At the last Vanity Fair party, which traditionally follows the Oscar ceremony, Kate Bosworth and Justin Long appeared happy and inspired. Moreover, on the red carpet, the actress sparkled with might and main with a massive ring on that very finger, which, of course, caused a wave of engagement rumors. After the event, Kate shared behind-the-scenes photos with subscribers, and in a post she thanked the professionals who worked on her style, including star manicurist Ashley Johnson.
The most important manicure to date,” she wrote, noting the master’s account in the publication.
Ashley Johnson, in turn, shared a photo of Bosworth and Long on her own blog, focusing on the engagement ring and writing cryptically:
The smiles of these two… And some new trinkets to boot!
Well, it seems that the tabloid speculation turned out to be true, and soon we will have another high-profile celebrity wedding. Recall that 40-year-old Kate Bosworth, known for the films “Twenty-one”, “Still Alice” and “Young Americans”, and the star of the series “New Girl”, 44-year-old Justin Long, met in early 2021 and almost immediately started dating. Their relationship is developing rapidly, which means that a new stage is just around the corner. By the way, in November last year, Bosworth shared with subscribers a rare informal joint photo with her beloved.
The actress met Justin Long after her divorce from ex-husband, director Michael Polish. They were together for 10 years, 8 of which were married. Before Polish, the actress dated Alexander Skarsgård, and from 2002 to 2006 she dated Orlando Bloom. Since September 2006, Kate has been in a relationship with British fashion model and musician James Russo for a short time. By the way, the actress managed to maintain warm friendly relations with Orlando.
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