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‘2 Broke Girls’ actress Kat Dennings engaged to Andrew W.K.

The 34-year-old actress only confirmed she was dating the musician less than two weeks ago, but the couple have already chosen to take their romance to the next level, as they’re engaged to be married!

Andrew W.K. and Kat Dennings are engaged.

The 34-year-old actress only announced her relationship with the singer a few weeks ago, but the pair has already decided to take their relationship to the next stage by getting engaged!

Kat posted several photos of her wedding ring to Instagram with the caption, “Don’t mind if I do.”

The ‘Party Hard’ singer even shared the same photos on his own Instagram account, captioning them with a ring emoji.

The ‘2 Broke Girls’ actress wished the singer a happy birthday with a picture of the pair kissing four days before announcing her engagement.

Kat made their Instagram relationship official on May 3 when she posted two sultry pictures of the rocker with a heart emoji.

Andrew married Cherie Lily in 2008, with whom he started “amicable divorce proceedings” in 2019. Kat was previously in a relationship with Josh Groban from 2014 to 2016, while Andrew married Cherie Lily in 2008, with whom he began “amicable divorce proceedings” in 2019.

Meanwhile, Kat spent the majority of her 2020 alone due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and she previously mentioned that she considered adopting a fox to keep her company.

The actress had intended to add a second cat into her life, but she began searching for other alternatives when she became concerned about Millie, her eight-year-old moggie, reacting to a cat sibling.

When asked if she wants another cat despite the fact that she knows it would annoy Millie, Kat replied, “Yes [I want another cat].” But here’s the thing: I don’t want to irritate her. But what if I get another cat and they become best friends and neglect each other?”

The ‘Thor’ actress then revealed that she’s so desperate for a second pet that she’s looked up adoption pages for rescue foxes, but she’s not sure she’s up to the challenge of caring for the domesticated animal.

She added: “I’m open to anything. I mean, I’ve looked up domesticated foxes but … that’s a whole other can of … foxes.

“There are rescue foxes, I’ve seen them! Don’t get any ideas, I had this idea first Ellen. If you get a fox before me I’m going to be mad!”

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