Scarlett Johansson got engaged to beau Romain Dauriac the past month, according to People, but not many people know who he is. Unlike the beauty’s first engagement to Ryan Reynolds, whom she divorced after three years of marriage in 2011, the ring from Dauriac is pretty unexpected, especially since many people haven’t heard of him before.
Why doesn't the name Romain Dauriac sound familar? He's not from Hollywood. Dauriac is a French journalist. Just Jared added he is the former editor of the French magazine “Clark,” which specializes in urban art.
Also, the happy couple has only been dating for a few months; nine when they got engaged and 10 to date.
It’s not sure how the two met, according to E! News, but tattoo artist Fuzi is reportedly the mutual friend that brought the duo together. Fuzi did ScarJo’s horseshoe tattoo for her, her most recent piece of body art.
Dauriac reportedly proposed to the 28-year-old “Don Jon” star back in November 2012. Just Jared wrote that he got down on one knee around the same time of the premiere for her film “Hitchcock,” which also starred Anthony Hopkins as Alfred Hitchcock and Helen Mirren as Alma Reville. Johansson played Janet Leigh in the 2012 drama.
What’s the ring like? One thing people anticipate most when they hear that a woman got engaged is to hear about her ring. Dauriac gave his wife-to-be a beautiful Art Deco ring, according to reports.
He doesn’t like social media too much, E! News wrote. Although he has a Twitter account, he hasn’t written anything on it in three years. Unlike many in Hollywood, Johansson doesn’t have a Twitter account.
Hopefully Dauriac isn’t the jealous type. ScarJo once told Marie Claire she isn’t into the controlling type. "I don't like jealous behavior," she said. "I don't mind an occasional check-in, but when somebody is passive-aggressively jealous, it's really unattractive because it shows a sort of insecurity ... Oh, controlling behavior is awful. Nobody's going to say they love that."
Check out her ring below:
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