Is Dakota Johnson engaged to Coldplay’s Chris Martin? That’s the question that people are asking due to new photos showing a giant ring on Dakota’s finger. Dakota wasn’t wearing a diamond ring, mind you, but she was spotted wearing a large emerald ring on “that” finger. Now, people are convinced that the emerald ring is a very personalized, engagement ring. Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin have been in an on-again-off-again relationship since 2017 and the two appear to be head-over-heels in love.
The ring is gorgeous and Page Six published the photos that included a toned down Dakota who wore her signature bangs framing her face with the rest of her hair pinned up atop of her head. She wore a black face mask to stay safe from the deadly Coronavirus pandemic and wore a long, black fur coat. She spoke on the phone and as she held her phone to her ear, the gorgeous ring was clearly visible.
You may see a photo of Dakota Johnson wearing the ring in the photos below.
Chris Martin made headlines when he and his wife Gwyneth Paltrow divorced and referred to it as an “uncoupling.” The two share two children together, Apple, who is sixteen-years-old, and Moses, who is fourteen-years-old. Gwyneth and Chris continue to co-parent and Dakota Johnson has been reported to be a close part of the family. Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow were married from 2003 until 2016.
Gwyneth Paltrow has moved on with her own romantic life and is married to Brad Falcuhuk. The couple married in 2018 and rumor says that it was Gwyneth Paltrow who helped get Chris Martin and Dakota Johnson back together after their last breakup.
Dakota’s fans are sounding off on social media about the rumors and speculating that she may soon walk down the aisle.
What do you think about the photos of Dakota Johnson? Do you think her emerald ring is actually an engagement ring?
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