Alessandra Mastronardi this summer will get married (in Italy) with Ross McCall- Corriere.it

Alessandra Mastronardi this summer will get married (in Italy) with Ross McCall- Corriere.it
Alessandra Mastronardi this summer will get married (in Italy) with Ross McCall- Corriere.it

Wedding time for Alessandra Mastronardi, actress much loved in Italy but famous all over the world: Mastronardi, 35, ready to marry her historical boyfriend, her colleague Ross McCall, met in 2017 on the set of the film About Us, shot in Rome. The wedding, as reported by the journalist Santo Pirrotta in Every Morning, will take place in Italy this summer. The couple at the moment has not released any statements on the matter but this silence is not surprising: in addition to being decidedly tested (they passed the entire 2020 lockdown together in London), the two are also very reserved and far from the world of gossip. The actress, a well-known face of the small screen in Italy thanks to the fiction L’Allieva, has never hidden that she wants to start a family and the moment seems to have really arrived. The wedding was scheduled for June 2020 but was postponed due to the pandemic: now the future spouses are aiming for a ceremony dedicated to family invitations, with her relatives but also those of McCall, from the United Kingdom.

We’ve had ups and downs

We have had ups and downs, but this forced coexistence was transformed in a fantastic way little by little into the communion of two characters. It taught us both to recognize the error in us, perhaps the best gift. We are managing to amalgamate and, therefore, we are stronger had declared Alessandra Mastronardi to Io Donna. Ross McCall, ten years older than Alessandra, known for the role of Matthew Keller in White Collar and before meeting Mastronardi he was linked to the popular American actress Jennifer Love Hewitt.

May 3, 2021 (change May 3, 2021 | 17:23)

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