Kristen Stewart is engaged to girlfriend Dylan Meyers

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Actor Kristen Stewart, 31, just announced that she and her girlfriend – screenwriter Dylan Meyer – are engaged.

“We’re marrying, we’re totally gonna do it,” Stewart said on The Howard Stern Show today.  “I wanted to be proposed to, so I think I very distinctly carved out what I wanted and she nailed it. We’re marrying, it’s happening.”

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Stewart is perhaps best known for films including Into the Wild, the Twilight movies, and Charlie’s Angels. She is already getting critical acclaim – and Oscar buzz – for her portrayal of Princess Diana in the soon-to-be-released biopic Spencer.

She and Meyer have been dating for two years and have been spotted several times holding hands in LA.

In 2019, Stewart told Howard Stern that she “can’t fucking wait” to propose to Meyer, saying that the two were already in love and “I think good things happen fast.”

“Life sure is Sweeter with this cute little family,” Meyer wrote to Stewart on Instagram on her birthday this past April. “Happy birthday, kiddo. You knock my socks off.”

Now Stewart says that she wants their wedding to be “chill.”

“I want to stay home,” she told Stern. “I want to be in LA so everyone can come and… I want it to be pretty chill. I don’t want anyone walking anyone down any aisles like we’re just gonna stand, do vows.”

Stewart even said that she doesn’t want a big white wedding dress. She instead wants to get married in “the best pair of Levi’s ever, an old T-shirt that has a tuxedo printed on it. I want to see her laugh hysterically when she sees me in a faux tuxedo T-shirt.”

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