It’s official, Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are really going to get married. The famous couple confirmed their engagement after some rumors previously emerged on this subject. And it surely seems that the two Game of Thrones actors decided to make the confirmation in a very special way.
The stars made the engagement announcement in a classified advert in The Times and the text was very special, as well. “The engagement is announced between Kit, younger son of David and Deborah Harington of Worcestershire, and Rose, middle daughter of Sebastian and Candy Leslie of Aberdeenshire,” the announcement said according to BBC.
The official confirmation is made a couple of days after rumors indicated that Kit proposed to his longtime girlfriend. The two met on the set of Game of Thrones back in 2012 and have been dating since. They briefly split at one point during their relationship and officially confirmed the romance in April 2016. In fact, Kit and Rose have been quite private when it comes to their personal life. However, they did share some insights into their relationship during some previous interviews.
For instance, at one point, Kit said during an interview that he and his girlfriend fell in love during the second season of Game of Thrones. He also said that those moments were his favorite from the famous HBO series. “If you’re already attracted to someone, and then they play your love interest in the show, it becomes very easy to fall in love,” the popular actor explained.
A very interesting thing to mention is that Kit and Rose made no other comments on their engagement, besides the romantic confirmation. In fact, the two are not active on social media, so there will surely be nothing to share there. The date of the wedding has not been established yet according to a source talking to The Sun.
The same insider claimed that although the two wanted to get married for quite some time, they first wanted to get a house and move into their home. They moved into a 1.75 million pounds house in East Anglia earlier this year.