Out of shape Friends alum Matthew Perry, 51, has confirmed he’s engaged to a 29-year-old Hollywood talent manager Molly Hurwitz.
Chandler from Friends (Matthew Perry, 51), is finally engaged to girlfriend his 29-year-old girlfriend Molly Hurwitz, 29, says she’s ‘the greatest woman on the face of the planet’.
The 90s TV star, 51, boasted about his wonderful new fiancé Molly Hurtwitz who is 29-years-old to People Magazine, even dubbing her the ‘greatest woman on the face of the planet.’
“I decided to get engaged,” he told the People Magazine. “Luckily, I happened to be dating the greatest woman on the face of the planet at this time.”
Perry’s girlfriend, now fiancee, confirmed that they had officially taken the next step in their relationship and were in fact engaged.
Molly Hurwitz is a Hollywood talent manager and producer. However, unlike most Hollywood insiders her age, she’s not a party animal.
Molly Hurwitz is originally from New York, while Matthew is originally from Ottawa, Canada, but has spends most of her time living in Los Angeles for her work.
A source to the couple also reported to The Sun that the Hurwitz also has a vibrant sense of humour just like Matthew, hence the pair hit it off immediately.
Last Christmas, Matthew and Molly were photographed sharing an intimidate moment together outside a restaurant in West Hollywood.
The newly engaged couple spent the 2019 Holiday season together in Los Angeles at Matthew Perry’s $35million Century City apartment in Los Angeles.
Hurwitz shared a picture of herself and the former Friends star pm Instagram, calling him her ‘boyfriend’ in the post’s caption.
She wrote: ‘According to my parents’ custody agreement, my mother was not allowed to have a Christmas tree… Fortunately, there’s no such agreement for a daughter’s boyfriend, so Hurwitz gets a treeeeeeee!!!.
The news came as a surprise to a lot of people because rumours started spreading about the couple separating May. But the pair seem happy as ever and are looking forward to their wedding date which, apparently, has not been set in stone.