The newspaper also added that people who claim to be close to the couple are “convinced” an engagement is inevitable. Fans were simultaneously mourning and celebrating the news. Many other fans were crushed because they hoped to marry him... “So many people would flip but if the couple at some point announced they were engaged I’d be happy,” tweeted one fan. On Monday, Oliver Jackson-Cohen’s rep said “no comment” when asked whether the 31-year-old actor was tying the knot. “Neither of them had thought that their affair would last for such a long time, but it did.And now that they know each other quite intimately, they have decided to take their romance into another level.”The gossip monger spilled the beans on what the much in love pair might be doing in the near future. Is Oliver Jackson Cohen, who is 29 now is too early for marriage, or his girlfriend Jessica De Gouw, who is 27 is in a hurry, or are both of them interested to ring their wedding bells very soon?Since the acting in these TV series, they are seen together and have started an affair, which did not have any serious characteristics at the beginning, but now they are serious with each other along with the flow of time that has taken their unserious relationship to the second anniversary, and that makes them have their own special future plan, that is, to be one, which looks like a natural flow of river to all of us, including their friends.
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As a child, he became Kate Moss’s mascot after following her around backstage at his mother’s shows (‘I just fell in love with her; she’s so beautiful and funny’).
At 16, he was a sandwich-fetcher for Madonna when he worked as a runner on the The blue-eyed, 6ft 3in hunk is wearing clothes from H&M when our cabbie, Bob from Broxbourne, picks him up from his parents’ home in West London’s Chiswick.
‘All that dressing-up is probably why I ended up as an actor,’ he quips, as Bob takes him for a nostalgic drive past Hammersmith’s Riverside Studios, where Ollie went to weekend drama workshops as a schoolboy.
And then on to Waterloo Bridge, where his French father, David Cohen, who runs Betty’s business, once put three-year-old Ollie on his shoulders to show him London’s panorama (‘My earliest memory’).
Right now, both are in the process of announcing their engagement’s date.