Alexandra Daddario is engaged to Andrew Form.
A representative for The White Lotus star subsequently confirmed her engagement to Form, a 52-year-old film producer.
She’s engaged! A rep for Alexandra Daddario, 35, confirmed that she was engaged to boyfriend Andrew Form, 52, after she was seen with a diamond ring in photos from Wednesday obtained by E! News
Alexandra was dressed casually in the images and was chatting on the phone, but she clasped it in her left hand, revealing the gleaming diamond ring.
She took her romance with Andrew public in May when she shared a sweet black-and-white closeup of the two kissing passionately.
‘I love you …”and even that is an understatement,”‘ she captioned the post.
Later on Thursday, the actress posted to Instagram images from a stylish photoshoot in which she sported a large ring on her left hand, though it wasn’t clear if it was her engagement ring or just jewelry for the shoot.
It’s official: Alexandra and Andrew went public with a sweet black-and-white photo of them kissing in May. She wore a ring in a photoshoot posted Thursday to Instagram, though it’s not clear if it was her engagement ring; seen in July in NYC
She was decked out in a gorgeous sheer black dress covered in sparkling silver studs, and she sported some running mascara, as if she had just been crying.
Daddario didn’t bother to caption the post aside from crediting her collaborators and let the images speak for themselves.
She and Andrew made their red-carpet debut in July for the premiere of her acclaimed dramedy The White Lotus.
She starred in the series — which was written and directed by Mike White — as a journalist on her honeymoon at an ultra-luxurious Hawaiian resort as she realizes that her wealthy husband (Jake Lacy) sees her more as a trophy than an equal.
Letting the world see: She and Andrew made their red-carpet debut in July for the premiere of her acclaimed HBO dramedy The White Lotus
Hollywood insider: Andrew is a film producer known for a string of successful horror remakes in the mid-2000s, as well as newer franchise for The Purge, Ouija and A Quiet Place
Alexandra seems to mostly keep her romance private, though Andrew occasionally makes romantic appearances on her Instagram account.
He made his name in the 2000s with a string of commercially successful but critically reviled remakes of classic horror films including The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Friday The 13th and A Nightmare On Elm Street.
He also produced newer franchises for The Purge and Ouija, as well as the critically acclaimed horror thriller A Quiet Place, starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, who also directed.
Form was previously married to Fast & Furious star Jordana Brewster, whom he met on the set of the 2006 film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning.
The two got engaged later that year and wed in the Bahamas in 2007.
The exes share two sons — Julian, eight, and Rowan, five — but Jordana filed for divorce last year.
Moving on: Form was previously married to Fast & Furious star Jordana Brewster, whom he met on set in 2006. They married in 2007 and welcomed two young boys, before divorcing last year
In an essay published in June for Glamour, the model and actress revealed that they couple had been ‘growing apart emotionally’ in recent years, which had been exacerbated by their hectic work schedules, which she claimed kept them apart for most of each year they were together.
In the same essay, she revealed that she had fallen in love with CEO Mason Morfit, whom she flew to visit just days after separating from Form.
The two had previously met once while both she and Morfit were married, but she decided to follow through now that they were single.
According to Brewster, with maturity came the ability to truly bond with a partner.
‘At 27, I was not ready to be emotionally open or vulnerable. I wasn’t ready to really let someone in,’ she wrote in her essay. ‘At 40, I cracked myself open and put it all on the line. With that came the collateral damage of my first marriage, but by risking it all I gained the love of my life.’
New love: In a Glamour essay from June, Jordana wrote about visiting her new fiancé Mason Morfit just days after her separation, despite having only met him once while they were both still married; seen November 13 in West Hollywood