The Four Weddings and a Funeral star Hugh Grant is set to marry Swedish TV producer Anna Eberstein.
The engagement emerged in wedding banns posted at Kensington and Chelsea register office, near the couple’s £10million home in West London.
The official notice of the forthcoming marriage was on display on screens in the office at Chelsea Old Town Hall.
A photograph of the wedding banns has been posted in several newspapers, at the Kensington and Chelsea register offices near the couple’s home in west London.
The actor was romantically linked to film co-stars Martine McCutcheon and Drew Barrymore, as well as posh PR girl — and former squeeze of Prince Andrew — Caroline Stanbury.
The star, who has three kids with Anna and two with former flame Tinglan Hong, has dated a string of women.
Grant, 57, has four children in total, including two – Tabitha and Felix – with former partner Tinglan Hong.
Grant, who plays disgraced MP Jeremy Thorpe in A Very English Scandal, which starts on BBC1 tonight, said two years ago marriage was “unromantic”.
He added: “Do I think humans are meant to be in 40-year-long faithful relationships? No, No, No.”
Grant played commitment-shy characters in comedy films Four Weddings And A Funeral and About A Boy.
The leading privacy campaigner, who wants to gag Press freedom, has had a number of high-profile relationships in real life.