Mark Ronson is engaged... to Meryl Streep's daughter 1 week ago

Mark Ronson is engaged... to Meryl Streep's daughter

Meryl Streep is going to be a mother-in-law.

A huge congratulations are in order for Mark Ronson as he got down on one knee and proposed to none other than Meryl Streep's daughter.

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Mark and Grace Gummer may not have been seeing each other for a long time, but it wasn't stopping Mark from popping the big question.

The pair were first rumoured to be heading to the chapel last week, but it wasn't until the latest episode of his FADER Uncovered podcast was released that the news was confirmed.

He said during the interview with Tame Impala: "I got engaged last weekend."

Interesting to think that Meryl Streep will be Mark Ronson's mother-in-law, isn't it?

Mark also spoke about his first kiss with his now fiancee, revealing it was while they were listening to Tame Impala's debut album InnerSpeaker.

 

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He said: "There's a plaque for that somewhere. There's a first kiss, very corny Hallmark first kiss plaque. But no, it was forever, it will be etched. It's still my record."

The couple was first rumoured to be engaged back in May when they were spotted all loved up in London with a hefty ring on Grace's left hand.

The pair haven't been together all that long, being first spotted in September 2020, but are said to have been dating a few months before that.

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And Mark has even gotten the seal of approval from Grace's Oscar-winning mother Meryl, according to The Sun.

A source revealed to the paper: "They seemed to like him, which is a good sign. It would be daunting for any guy to try to charm Meryl Streep."

Grace filed for divorce from musician and Nomadland actor Tay Strathairn in April 2020, after the pair had separated in August 2019 after only a month of marriage.

Mark on the other hand was married to Joséphine de La Baume from 2011 to 2018 and briefly engaged to Rashida Jones in 2003.

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