Lauren conrad dating 2016
But it's her latest beau who made the overture that counts.
Conrad announced yesterday that she and boyfriend William Tell got engaged over the weekend, showing off on her blog the circle-cut diamond the smart lad used to pop the question.
“When I did television, scandal was always around me,” she tells for the magazine’s October issue, on newsstands Sept. “And I think one of the best things [about that] for me is that your life becomes more big-picture. It toughened me up, which is good.” in 2006, when Conrad accused Montag of spreading fake rumors about her.
and then keeping up with the fashionista in her post-MTV years, her fans have lived the ups and downs of her love life right along with the Laguna Beach native.
Whitney Port even had a line or two in the episode encouraging Conrad to go out with the guy, because when else would she be given this opportunity again? But good for Conrad, who says she stood her ground in Paris.
Back in America, she did humor the producers by trying to ignite fireworks in her relationship with (a now engaged) Brody Jenner.
While in Paris, Conrad met a cute French musician and rode around with him through the twinkling lights of the city after working an event for the magazine. MTV trying to make a young girl kiss a random guy is just gross.
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While some of the bride-to-be's exes have been household names, Tell managed to stay pretty private while courting Conrad for the last year and a half (though that should change as the wedding planning kicks into gear).
But his "regular guy" status doesn't make us any less curious! He's a So Cal Native: Just like his fiancée, Tell was born and bred in sunny Southern California—which should make going home for the holidays a lot easier! He's a Music Man: The USC law student studied music business as an undergrad and is a singer-songwriter whose tune "Just for You" can be found on the 3.