Laura Harrier just got engaged to her true love, Sam Jarou. The actress told Cosmopolitan writer Lola Ogunnaike that she had gotten engaged and was overjoyed. She continued, saying:
“Paris was incredibly easy and nice. I’d never wanted one of those huge flashy public appearances. That’s simply not my style.”
Harrier also discussed her reconciliation with her new boyfriend, who works in the fashion world. She continued by saying that she never believed it until it occurred to her and that finding serenity and quiet is a peculiar sensation. She continued, saying:
“I also feel that you have to be ready inside yourself before you can find someone else to be with, which I used to think was a cliche until I felt confident within myself and the person I am and where I am in life.”
Laura Harrier’s relationship with her fiancé
Sam Jarou works as a freelance creative consultant in Paris and Los Angeles. He previously collaborated with Supreme and Stussy. Despite knowing nothing about his background, he came to popularity after his engagement with Laura Harrier. Jarou and Harrier originally met in 2019 during a dinner in Los Angeles, but they have remained tight-lipped about their relationship. Harrier added that he was the first guy she dated and that she pays attention to his fashion tips.
The duo has been seen together at a number of Paris Fashion Week presentations, including the Louis Vuitton Womenswear Fall/Winter 2022/2023 presentation and Alaia’s Spring Summer 2023 presentation. In 2021, they were sighted together in Monaco, where they exchanged a kiss. Harrier was in town at the time for a Louis Vuitton dinner, and the two apparently spent time together by the pool. They enjoyed a good time together in Portofino, Italy, the same year when they swam and tanned on a boat for a few hours. They were seen kissing once again while on vacation in Mexico. They look to be in love and are getting set to marry.
Forthcoming projects for Laura Harrier
Laura Harrier will star in the forthcoming sports drama thriller White Men Can’t Jump. Calmatic directed the remake of the 1992 film of the same name. Jack Harlow, Sinqua Walls, Lance Reddick, Teyana Taylor, Tamera Kissen, Myles Bullock, Vince Staples, Zak Steiner, and Andrew Schulz will also appear in the film. The 32-year-old will also star in Entergalactic, adult-animated music streaming television special set to launch on Netflix on Friday, September 30, 2022.
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