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Scarlett Johansson reportedly engaged to Romain Dauriac

September 04, 2013|By Nardine Saad
  • Scarlett Johansson and beau Romain Dauriac at the premiere of her film "Under the Skin" at the Venice Film Festival.
Scarlett Johansson and beau Romain Dauriac at the premiere of her film "Under… (Top: Pascal Le Segretain…)

Is that an engagement ring on Scarlett Johansson's ring finger? Probably.

The actress is reportedly engaged to journalist Romain Dauriac, according to People.

"They're engaged and very happy," a source told the mag. However, a rep for the actress declined to comment.

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Dauriac is the former editor of the French magazine Clark, according to the Daily Mail. He is said to have proposed about a month ago, and the actress sported a vintage Art Deco ring at the Venice Film Festival earlier this week, People said, where she was promoting her sci-fi flick "Under the Skin."

In July, her rep shut down engagement rumors, saying that the former Mrs. Ryan Reynolds was "not engaged or close to being engaged." Any diamonds or rubies she was wearing were "simply a piece of jewelry," according to E! News.

That same month, "The Avengers" star unloaded a Hollywood condo that was considered her "bachelorette pad" for $470,000, public records show.

Johansson was previously linked to ad exec Nate Naylor after ending her three-year marriage to Reynolds in July 2011. (He married "Gossip Girl" star Blake Lively in September 2012.)

Johansson and Dauriac took their relationship public in November 2012.


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