Teresa Palmer Announces Engagement to ‘The Ever After’ Co-Star Mark Webber

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Congratulations are in order for Teresa Palmer. The Warm Bodies actress is tapped to tie the knot!

Less than a year after she started dating fellow actor Mark Webber, Teresa took to Twitter to announce their engagement. She happily tweets, “I think I’ve said the word “fiancé” over 100 times in the last few hours. It sounds so nice. So happy @likemark”

The two have worked rather closely the past few months, starring in the upcoming drama, The Ever After (which Mark is also the director of), alongside Rosario Dawson, Melissa Leo, Jaime King, Kid Cudi and Teresa’s real-life best friend, The OriginalsPhoebe Tonkin.

This might seem rather quick to some as Teresa only broke up with her last boyfriend, Scott Speedman, at the end of 2012 after over a year of dating.

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3 Responses to "Teresa Palmer Announces Engagement to ‘The Ever After’ Co-Star Mark Webber"

  1. Teen.com
    Alyssa says:

    I mean like that’s great for them! I love Warm Bodies! Hope to see more films with her.

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    Diane W. Polzin says:

    my co-worker’s wife makes $80 an hour on the laptop. She has been out of a job for seven months but last month her income was $was $16620 just working on the computer/laptop for a few hours….Heres what she do ====BAY92.COM====
    ♫ ✂♫ ✂To find a mountain path all by oneself gives a greater feeling of strength than to take a path that is shown.

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    Sammy says:

    Congrats!

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