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Lindsay Lohan announces engagement to Bader Shammas

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Actress Lindsay Lohan has announced she is engaged to boyfriend Bader Shammas.

The Mean Girls star, 35, shared the news on Instagram with a string of black and white photos in which the couple are cuddling and she is showing off a diamond ring.

She captioned the shots: “My love. My life. My family. My future. @bader.shammas #love.”

She also added the engagement ring emoji.

Earlier this year, it was announced Lohan, who has been absent from screens for a number of years, will make her acting return in a Netflix Christmas romantic comedy.

The former child star will play a newly-engaged and spoiled hotel heiress who suffers total amnesia following a skiing accident.

She finds herself being looked after by a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner and his precocious daughter.

Lohan found stardom as a 12-year-old after starring in the 1998 remake of The Parent Trap.

She played twin girls who meet at a summer camp and realise their parents separated shortly after they were born and kept them a secret from each other.

Lohan followed The Parent Trap with Freaky Friday and then Mean Girls, cementing her status as one of Hollywood’s most-sought after actresses.

However, her career suffered after stints in rehab for substance abuse.

Her last film was 2019 horror Among The Shadows.

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