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Alison Brie to marry Dave Franco

Published 25/08/2015

Alison Brie
Alison Brie

Alison Brie is set to walk down the aisle with her longtime boyfriend Dave Franco.

The couple have been quietly dating since 2012 and are rarely spotted out together.

However, Alison stepped out for a screening of her new movie Sleeping with Other People in West Hollywood last night with a glistening diamond ring on her wedding finger. The 32-year-old actress' rep has confirmed to E! News that she and Dave are to walk down the aisle.

No more information about the proposal has been released.

Fans of the pair may not see them flaunting their romance in public but they can watch them in a hilarious video for Funny or Die online. The short clip shot in 2013 is called Dream Girl and stars the real life partners as a loved up couple, with Dave's alter ego making bizarre requests.

Things couldn't be more different for Alison in her latest movie Sleeping with Other People. She stars as Lainey, a love addict who tries to maintain a friendship with her womanising college pal Jake (Jason Sudeikis) despite a mutual attraction.

The brunette beauty recently spoke about what she thinks the film says about relationships, but remained tight-lipped about her own.

"To me, one of the major themes of the movie is self-worth, especially as it pertains to Lainey. She really puts so much of herself into her relationships. Then, her entire self-worth is in the hands of another person," she told Refinery29. "It takes spending time with someone on a friend level for her to realise she deserves more, and she deserves to be treated fairly. It’s something I could relate to from time spent dating... I definitely have had these kinds of talks with friends where they’re sobbing about a guy, like, 'Why won’t he call me back?' And it’s like, 'You don’t even like hanging out with him that much!'"

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