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I don't know any other word for it.''His proposal was such a shock. We've been together ever since the first date.'' Robin - who was previously married to Dane Witherspoon and has two children, Dylan, 25, and Hopper Jack, 22, with second ex-husband Sean Penn - also gushed that sex with Ben was the best she ever had. She said: ''I've never been happier in my life than I am today. Wright is also one of the highest paid actresses in the United States, earning US0,000 per episode for her role in House of Cards in 2016.She transitioned into feature film work as Buttercup in the cult film The Princess Bride (1987). The 'Orange Is The New Black' actress is believed to have gotten close to Robin Wright's ex-fiancé over the past few months and the pair were spotted arm-in-arm in New York over the weekend, PEOPLE reports.Lauren, 36, previously dated Christopher Masterson, the brother of her 'That 70s Show' co-star Danny Masterson, for seven years.She was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress for her role in She's So Lovely (1997), a film in which she co-starred with her then-husband Sean Penn.Wright received her third Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for her role in the television film Empire Falls (2005).
She appears in the Blade Runner sequel Blade Runner 2049 alongside Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, and Jared Leto.
They are believed to have started dating in February 2012 and Robin first showed off her engagement ring in January 2014.
She said: ''Ben and I have a connection between us that just feels right.
She then made the transition to film, starring in the romantic comedy fantasy adventure film The Princess Bride (1987).
This role led Wright to further success in the film industry, with starring roles in films such as Forrest Gump (1994), the romantic drama Message in a Bottle (1999), the superhero drama-thriller Unbreakable (2000), the historical drama The Conspirator (2010), the biographical sports drama Moneyball (2011), the mystery thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), the biographical drama Everest (2015), the superhero film Wonder Woman (2017), and the neo-noir science fiction film Blade Runner 2049 (2017).