Earlier this year, the Vikings actor made his relationship with his now-fiancée Instagram official.
The 28-year-old Vikings star confirmed his engagement to girlfriend Lauren Dear on Instagram on Sunday. “Goldilocks and Bambi live happily ever after!!!” he wrote a collection of photographs with his new fiancée as they shared their joy and showed off Dear’s gleaming diamond ring.
Alexander Ludwig acknowledged his followers for their congratulations and claimed to be “the luckiest man” in his Instagram Story.
“Thank you to everyone for all the amazing well wishes. Yes I am the luckiest man in the damn world to have this one by my side” declared the Bad Boys for Life actor.
Alexander Ludwig, who has been in films such as The Hunger Games, Lone Survivor, and Grown Ups 2, made his connection with Dear Instagram public earlier this year, posting photos from their adventures together. He previously dated Kristy Dawn Dinsmore, his Vikings co-star.
On Oct. 7, he tweeted a beautiful photograph of himself smiling with Darling while in Atlanta, writing, “Found her,” as she commented, “Found him.”
The following month, Dear shared a smiling selfie of Ludwig posing near a cornfield while out for an autumnal day. “It’s us being adorable and stuff again,” she captioned the photo at the time.
Who is Alexander Ludwig?
Alexander Ludwig is a Canadian actor and country artist who was born on May 7, 1992.
He began his career as a child and became an actor as a teenager after appearing in the films The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising (2007) and Race to Witch Mountain (2009). He is also well-known for his role as Cato in The Hunger Games (2012).
He is also well-known for his supporting appearances in Lone Survivor (2013) as Shane Patton and Bad Boys for Life as Dorn (2020).
In the History Channel series Vikings, he portrayed renowned Viking Björn Ironside (2014–2020). He presently appears on the television show Heels. On August 26, 2022, Ludwig’s debut album Highway 99 was released by BBR Music Group.
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