Robin Wright and Ben Foster reunite at the Golden Globes

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They were reported to have called off their engagement in November, but Robin Wright and Ben Foster looked as happy as ever at the Golden Globes on Sunday. The actress was seen wearing her engagement ring as she smiled for photos on the red carpet with her 34-year-old fiancé.

The reunited couple co-ordinated in head-to-toe black as they celebrated Robin's nomination for Best Actress in a TV Drama for her role in House of Cards.

Robin reportedly split from her actor fiancé in November due to the 14 year age gap and their busy work schedules. Robin was shooting House of Cards in Baltimore while Ben was working in London performing in A Streetcar Named Desire.

 

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Robin Wright and Ben Foster are back together after their split in November


A source told Us Weekly: "She got swept up in the engagement last Christmas, but then their schedules got crazy and she realised it wasn't the right decision."

However it seems the actress has since changed her mind as she appeared hand in hand with Ben at the prestigious awards show. The couple were also seen arriving at Los Angeles International airport together on Saturday.

Robin and Ben started dating in early 2012 after meeting on the set of the movie Rampart. The couple announced their engagement in January 2014, and Robin later revealed to The Telegraph that they had got corresponding tattoos of each other's initial on their ring fingers.

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The couple met on the set of Rampart in 2011


The 48-year-old has previously said she's "very blessed" to have met Ben, adding that he's "the hottest".

Robin has been married twice before. She was married to actor Dane Witherspoon from 1986 until 1988. The following year she began dating Sean Penn after his divorce from Madonna. The couple married seven years later and had two children together before they divorced in 2010.

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