Jennifer Lawrence and Nichols Hoult, I’m not trying to rush you into marriage, but, I do think that if you guys are madly in love you should give yourselves permission to make The Big Commitment.
Jennifer Lawrence & Nicholas Hoult Should Get Engaged
Now, both of you know what happens when a high-profile celebrity wears an “engagement”-looking ring. Yup, lots of rumors.
And Jennifer, it isn’t surprising that fans are speculating that you and Nicholas are engaged. You two have been inseparable for months and have made adorable public appearances at the Golden Globes and the Oscars.
However, at HollywoodLife.com, we hear that you and Nicholas aren’t engaged… at least, not just yet. “She is not engaged, that is not an engagement ring. It’s just a ring that she loves that happens to only fit on that finger,” a friend of yours told us exclusively.
OK, that’s fine, but JLaw you sure do have romantic taste in your engagement finger rings…
Jen — could you be hinting to Nicholas that a proposal would be welcome?
In any case, you two certainly have known and dated each other long enough to make a serious commitment. You met while filming X-Men: First Class at the beginning of 2011. Jen, you played Mystique, and Nicholas played Beast. You were a couple until January 2012. Then, you split, reportedly because of the strain of trying to keep a long-distance relationship alive. That’s super tough.
Happily, though, love bloomed again between you two when you reunited on the set of the film’s sequel, X-Men: Days Of Future Past. Within a short time, you two dove right back into your romance, and you’ve been spotted being lovey-dovey ever since.
You two have become one of young Hollywood’s most grounded young couples — rarely hitting the party scene and instead preferring to enjoy as normal a life as possible.
I think there’s at least 4 good reasons why you two make an excellent match and should get engaged if you’re ready. Here’s why:
Four Reasons Why Jennifer Lawrence & Nicholas Hoult Should Get Engaged
#1) You’ve been in a close relationship long enough to have fully gotten to know each other.
That means that you’ve seen each other at your most stressed and frazzled, as well as at your best. It also means that you’ve had plenty of time to get to know each other’s friends and family. That’s important, because when you’re in a long-term relationship, you don’t live in a bubble — you also need to spend time with each others’ nearest and dearest. And you all need to get along, or unnecessary stress is placed on your relationship.
#2) Your family backgrounds are beyond similar.
Speaking of families, it turns out that you actually come from very similar backgrounds, and that’s always a plus in relationships. Jennifer, 23, you’re from the city of Louisville, Kentucky — so, not a hugely trendsetting place, like NYC or LA. Your dad is a construction worker and your mom was a children’s camp manager. They were loving, supportive parents who helped you fulfill your acting dreams.
You also happened to be child #3 in the family, with two older brothers.
Coincidentally, Nicholas, 24, you are also the third child, but in a family of four kids. And Nicholas, you were born in Wokingham, Berkshire — also not a hugely cosmopolitan city — your father was a British Airways pilot and your mom was a piano teacher.
Like Jen, you started acting early with the support of your parents, starring as the “boy” in About A Boy alongside fellow British actor Hugh Grant when you were just 12 years old.
The fact that you both are from warm, solidly middle class with parents who encouraged you means that you have had similarly grounding experiences.
#3) Fame hasn’t changed you.
Jen, you could have a head the size of a watermelon by now with the huge financial success of The Hunger Games, in which you star as Katniss Everdeen. Plus, you’re already the proud owner of an Oscar for your performance in 2012’s Silver Linings Playbook.
But, that hasn’t happened, according to Nicholas. “I haven’t seen any change in her,” he recently told V Man magazine. In fact, he says that life with you, Jen, has “pretty much stayed the same.” And he was thrilled to spending time with you shooting the second X-Men film — “it’s brilliant,” he said.
#4) You’re supportive of each other.
Nicholas could have been envious of how incredibly your career has taken off, Jennifer, but he’s not. In fact, he couldn’t have been more loving and supportive during this year’s awards season.
Jen, when you won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in American Hustle, Nicholas, you mouthed the words, “Way to go, baby!” Then, Jen, you kissed Nicholas when your film won the Globe for Best Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical.
And finally, in the sweetest move ever, Nicholas put his coat around you, Jennifer, when you two left the Beverly Hilton Hotel after the show. Aww!
Your relationship appeared just as hot at the Oscars, where you both looked totally in love, sitting side-by-side.
Meanwhile, Jennifer was publicly supportive in her way of you, Nicholas, when she was interviewed for British Vogue and told the mag that you have “absolutely no idea how good-looking” you are. It’s not often that an actress gives her other half a very public compliment.
All of these things bode well for a VERY long-term relationship — you know each other well, you know each others’ families, you come from similar backgrounds, you’re both down-to-earth and not victims of the fame game AND you’re supportive of each other.
These are exactly the qualities and history that a couple needs before they should even consider getting engaged.
That’s why, if you feel that you’re ready, you should just be so grateful to have found each other. Why not get engaged and have the wonderful opportunity to spend a long life together~
Do you agree, HollywoodLifers? Should Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult get engaged? Let me know.
— Bonnie Fuller
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