“Fast & Furious” actress Jordana Brewster was photographed wearing a massive sparkler on her left ring finger on Tuesday.
Photos show Brewster and her boyfriend, Mason Morfit, walking around Hollywood with what appears to be an engagement ring in plain sight.
The model was dressed casually in ripped jeans, a white shirt and a summery yellow cardigan. She topped off the look with a black shoulder purse, flats and a mask worn under her chin. In many of the photos, Brewster, 41, was clutching her phone at her chest as her ring sparkled.
The 44-year-old CEO of investment firm ValueAct Capital, meanwhile, was wearing a plain T-shirt and jeans while chatting away on his phone.
A rep for Brewster did not immediately return our request for comment.
Brewster and Morfit were first linked as a couple in July 2020, admitting that she flew to see him just days after filing for divorce from her now-ex-husband Andrew Form.
“Mason and I had met once, while we were both still married, four years ago,” she wrote in a Glamour essay in June. “I took note of Mason; he was cute, charming. Shortly after that lunch I started following him on Instagram.”
She continued, “Four days after I separated from Andrew, I was on a plane to San Francisco to visit this man I had met only once but who had stayed on my mind.”
In the essay, Brewster noted that at the time Morfit had been separated for two years. She said from the moment they met up, they saw each other every week after.
“I’m already planning my second wedding in my head,” she admitted. “But I stop myself when I get that rushed, buzzy feeling.”
The couple haven’t been shy about their romance with the paps snapping the couple over the past year packing on the PDA while out for coffee in Brentwood, California, and while frolicking in the ocean in Santa Monica, California.
Brewster shares two sons Julian, 8, and Rowan, 5, with her ex-husband. The couple was married for 10 years before calling it quits. They finalized their split in June.
“I sometimes mourn the fact that my boys won’t grow up in a home with their mom and dad together,” she wrote in Glamour. “But I remember they are also growing up in a home with a mom who lives authentically.”