“We Proposed”

Christina Hendricks

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Crazy people actress Christina Hendricks has a new fiancé in George Bianchini.

They met on the set of an NBC crime whim Good girls five years ago – Hendricks played Beth Boland while Bianchini worked as a cameraman – romance is still in the air as the former announced their great news on Instagram this week.

Next to the photo of the happy couple appeared the caption: “We proposed and said yes!!! I will love and care for him forever. @steadig.

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Marvel Cinematic Universe regular Kat Dennings celebrated in the comments section, writing alongside a heart emoji: “Christina!!! I love you, I’m so happy for you both.”

Friend Crazy people Cast member January Jones added: “Yayayayayayay!!!!!” one sec Community‘s Alison Brie replied, “Congratulations! So happy for both of you!!”

“I can’t wait to see your dress! You will be an amazing bride. Congratulations, that’s beautiful” and “Whoever currently holds the title of ‘Happiest Man on Earth’, we need you to return the crown. new champion!” read the next couple of messages.

Christina Hendricks as Beth Boland, Mae Whitman as Annie Marks, Retta as Ruby Hill in Good Girls season 3

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In less solemn news, Hendricks (who voiced Cherie on Netflix Solar opposites) previously shared her sadness about the cancellation Good girls.

“Well, we gave it our all. Really,” she wrote on social media, referring to her own voluntary pay cut to keep the show afloat. “Thank you to our amazing fans over the years for all your passion and support.”

Annie Marks actress Mae Whitman also turned to the axe: “I feel too sad and confused to look at my phone, but just look back at some of the best times with my girls.

“I love my cast mates so much and I love YOU who loved this show. It was a great joy to be Annie and I will always be grateful to you for supporting us. [Ok, I’ll] go cry now, i love you.”

Dan Seddon is a freelance news writer at Digital Spy.

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