Ronan Farrow included a proposal to longtime partner Jon Lovett in a draft of his book Catch and Kill. Not to give away the ending, but Lovett said yes.
People quoted the relevant section of the book.
“When I decided some of that reporting would make its way into a book, I’d send him a draft, and put in a question, right on this page: ‘Marriage?’” Farrow wrote. “On the moon or even here on Earth. He read the draft, found the proposal here, and said, ‘Sure.’”
Farrow and Lovett met in 2011, shortly after Lovett wrapped his time as a speechwriter for President Barack Obama.
The moon talk came from a running joke between the two they would eventually get married on the moon.
There’s no word on when the media stars will wed.
Farrow also described in the book that the National Enquirer at one point put a tail on Lovett hoping to get dirt on Farrow or his boyfriend. That took place as Farrow was working on stories about media mogul Harvey Weinstein and President Donald Trump. During that time, the Enquirer also allegedly had intermediaries try to solicit Farrow for nude pics.
But neither soliciting Farrow for shots or following Lovett around in his life ever turned up any scandalous content for the Enquirer.