A possible congratulations are in order for Lindsay Lohan! It might feel like just yesterday that the actress was starring as her own twin in the remake of The Parent Trap, but this little camper is all grown up. In fact, she might be engaged! After just five months of dating, Lohan, 29, is possibly set to wed 22-year-old Russian heir Egor Tarabasov.
Tarabasov, whose father is a multimillionaire businessman, reportedly popped the question to the former Mean Girls star over the weekend. While at the 2016 Asian Awards in London on Friday night, the Daily Mail reports, the actress wore a ring that certainly looked suspicious — is that her engagement ring?! If you squint and glare at the photos above and below, that bling sparkling on her left hand definitely looks like it could be a diamond sparkler on that all-important finger!
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After meeting "through mutual friends at a party," reports the Daily Mail, Tarabasov and Lohan began dating. While five months is definitely a short courtship, it sounds like these two were on the marriage path. The Russian heir reportedly spent the holidays with the starlet and her family.
While she's never walked down the aisle before, Lohan has been linked to some pretty famous men, including That '70s Show star and current-beau to Demi Lovato, Wilmer Valderrama.
"I haven't known Egor for that long," Lohan told The Sun last month. "We've been together for about seven months. He is a great guy. I met him in the summer. I'm really happy."
But don't credit Tarabasov for Lohan putting her party girl days — her probation officially ended in May 2015 — behind her. "That's the one thing in America they always have done with me. If I have ever been linked to someone, they always say, 'This guy is so good for Lindsay. Look at how he has changed her.' I am just like, 'F--k you,' because I have done this for me. I take care of myself and then they just set it up to fail," she said. "The smartest thing I have done for myself is making the move to London I came to London by myself. Being here is such a big deal. I didn't have anyone here at first."