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Friday 27 May 2016

Alexa Chung 'nearly ready for marriage'

Published 16/01/2016

Alexa Chung
Alexa Chung

Alexa Chung is rumoured to have introduced her acting beau Alexander Skarsgård to her family over the festive period.

British star Alexa Chung's friends are reportedly expecting her to get engaged to True Blood actor Alexander Skarsgård in the not too distant future.

The pair have been dating since early 2015, and are often snapped flaunting their love at various destinations around the world. Now friends reveal they're so loved up, wedding bells may not be far off - especially after Alexa and Alexander recently visited a grand stately home during a trip to England.

"Alexa has told friends that this would be her dream wedding location - and now they are saying that they wouldn't be surprised if an engagement was on the way," a source revealed to Britain's Grazia magazine.

The couple were in the UK over the festive period, where Alexander, 39, got to meet 32-year-old Alexa's family. The Grade II- listed stately home, Stansted Park, is close to where Alexa comes from in southern England.

"Alexa's relationship with Alex is going great," the insider added. "That's why she was happy for him to meet her family - she would only ever introduce someone she was serious about to them. Alex seemed to get on well with Alexa's dad Philip."

After the trip they flew to Miami to ring in the New Year together, surrounded by friends including Rita Ora and British radio presenter Nick Grimshaw.

"Alex and Alexa looked really happy handing out on the beach - her friends kept commenting on how great they looked as a couple and how totally into each other they were," the source smiled. "It seems as if Alex and Alexa really could go the distance."

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