Beanie Feldstein engaged!
It Impeachment: America’s Crime Story current star fiancé Bonnie Chance Roberts knelt down to ask a question, and Feldstein said yes.
Share a series of application and celebration photos to Instagram one day before his 29th birthday, Feldstein wrote a simple sentence, “I do, bon.”
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The photos show Roberts kneeling to present an engagement ring to Feldstein, and then, post-proposal, Roberts and Feldstein celebrate the milestone with family and friends – including Ben Platt, Kaitlyn Dever, and Feldstein’s brother, actor Yunus Hill.
On his Instagram Story, Feldstein shared his own post, writing to Roberts, “You make me happier than I knew possible. I love you.”
Roberts also shared the post to his own Instagram Story with The Beatles’ ‘She Loves You’ playing over it.
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Feldstein and Roberts have been together for more than four years, and in December last year, Feldstein named Roberts the love of his life as a birthday tribute to his current fiancé.
“happy birthday to the best thing that has ever happened to me and the world. happy birthday to the miracle of humanity. happy birthday to the love of my life. happy birthday to [Roberts],” Feldstein wrote in Instagram beside the selfie they both smirked together.
Feldstein, currently leading a Broadway revival cute girl as Fanny Brice until September, also opening up about Roberts in 2019, when she promoted the film book smart.
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book smart features a storyline in which Kaitlyn Dever’s character Amy falls in love with her classmate, Hope, and Feldstein says the “best” element of the love story is the fact that the film doesn’t make a big deal of Amy being gay.
Talk with PeopleFeldstein said, “It’s not just about representation, it’s about how you represent, and the form that representation takes.”
Feldstein said he thought it was “radical” that the only love scenes in the film were quirky love scenes, which he says normalizes LGBT+ relationships by making them front-and-center but also no big deal.
“For me in my life, it’s a part of who I am, but it’s not really my hallmark at all,” Feldstein continued, opening up about his own sexuality.
“It’s not that I don’t love my boyfriend, it’s just part of who I am. And [the character]the same way. To see that in Amy and how beautiful Kaitlyn plays her and how beautiful Katie is [Silberman] and Olivia [Wilde] make it, it will change the lives of many people.”
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