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Scarlett Johansson engaged

Scarlett Johansson engaged

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Scarlett Johansson is heading down the aisle again – the actress is engaged to marry journalist Romain Dauriac, according to U.S. reports.

Sources tell People.com that Frenchman Dauriac proposed earlier this summer with a vintage Art Deco diamond ring, which the 28 year old was spotted wearing at the Venice International Film Festival in Italy earlier this week. Johansson is in Europe promoting her new sci-fi film Under the Skin.

The actress’ publicist has offered no comment about the engagement story.

The Lost in Translation star has been married once before – she wed Ryan Reynolds in 2008, but the union lasted less than three years. Reynolds is now married to actress Blake Lively.

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