Elisabetta Canalis, who most of us know as one of George Clooney’s girlfriends, is engaged to Brian Perri.
The Italian model is set to marry in her native Italy in September (which happens to be the same time and place Clooney is tying the knot).
Elisabetta will walk down the aisle the same month as her famous ex-boyfriend weds his lawyer fiancee Amal Alamuddin.
Canalis will marry her doctor fiance on September 14 in Sardinia.
Elisabetta and Brian started dating at the end of 2013, following her split from “Jackass” star Steve-O.
In the past, she has been engaged to footballer Christian Vieri and film director Gabriele Muccino, after which she was linked to footballer Reginaldo Ferreira da Silva.
The Italian beauty then dated Clooney for 18 months, before the pair called it quits in June 2011.
There were reports Elisabetta wanted to settle down and have children, but Clooney was set on staying a bachelor.
In June, Elisabetta revealed on WhoSay that she had suffered a miscarriage, offering support to others experiencing the same “suffering”.
Canalis wrote, “Unfortunately, life gives you… a reality that you do not expect, and that is very hard to accept, even if you think you are strong enough and prepared. You’re never really ready to be told that there is no more beating (heartbeat) and that it had already stopped long ago.
“I just want to say to all those women who are going through it to stay strong because life goes on and it is nobody’s fault and nature acts in incomprehensible ways. We can only accept it. I just want to say that I feel you close, if you are suffering as I am doing. We can’t deny it, it’s like an incessant sorrow you can’t get rid of.”
She added that she is “lucky” to have her boyfriend Brian to support her through the ordeal and she’s hopeful that their future life together will be full of happiness.
She added, “I know I’m lucky because I have a special man next to me that I wish all to have. The future is full of surprises and happiness and there’s a lot of hope, I keep on believing in it.”
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