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Josh Brolin ‘engaged’

Published 18/05/2015

Josh Brolin and Kathryn Boyd
Josh Brolin and Kathryn Boyd

Josh Brolin will reportedly tie the knot with his former assistant Kathryn Boyd.

The Gangster Squad actor has been dating Kathryn Boyd since March 2013. And now it seems the 47-year-old is keen to make their relationship a permanent one by asking for her hand in marriage.

An insider close to the blonde beauty told US Weekly that the star got down on one knee last month before reportedly celebrating the happy news with friends in Cabo San Lucas in Mexico this month.

“They were with two tables worth of people so it was a big group, more than eight people,” an eyewitness said. “They had a fixed menu and it seemed like they were celebrating something… It looked like a party and it seemed celebratory.”

The source added that Kathryn was sitting on Josh’s lap and the pair were “all over each other”.

“They were kissing each other a lot, had their arms around each other," the observer added. "Super affectionate all night."

This will be Josh’s third wedding, having previously been married to fellow actress Alice Adair from 1988 to 1994 and then to actress Diane Lane for eight years from August 2004 to February 2013.

The Goonies actor began dating Kathryn one month after reps for himself and Diane confirmed they had split. The divorce was finalised in November of that year.

The father-of-two couldn’t be happier with the former assistant. The pair appeared on the red carpet together in December for the premiere of his movie Inherent Vice and the star confessed that his partner makes him look his best.

“That's Kathryn,” Josh told Extra presenter Terri Seymour. “She does look beautiful, doesn't she? I feel more handsome with her next to me.”

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