Amanda Seyfried’s Engagement Ring Isn’t What You’d Expect

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Amanda Seyfried  and Thomas Sadoski
Amanda and Thomas announced their engagement yesterday. (Photo: Getty Images)

In an age where it’s not an engagement if it doesn’t involve a rock big enough to sink the Titanic, it’s refreshing to see Amanda Seyfried bucking the trend.

The actress, who’s getting hitched to The Last Word co-star Thomas Sadoski, has laughed in the face of bling, opting instead for a tiny but tasteful gold band.

Fans got their first glimpse of the subtle ring when Amanda stepped out to run errands with her gorgeous dog Finn in New York yesterday.

And it’s a low-key bauble for an even more low-key romance.

Amanda Seyfried walks her dog
Amanda showed off her ring as she walked her dog. (Source: Splash)

The couple first met on stage while starring in the play The Way We Get By, in 2015. Rumors of chemistry flew, but Amanda was dating then ex-boyfriend Justin Long, while Thomas was married to Kimberly Hope, who he divorced last October. So it wasn’t until the beginning of this year, when they started filming The Last Word, that they quietly got together.

Closeup of Amanda Seyfried's gold band
Subtle but stunning. (Source: Splash)

And Amanda — whose rep confirmed the happy news to People magazine yesterday — insists she wants an equally understated wedding.

“I got married so many times in my life — onscreen!” she previously told E! News. “I don’t want a white dress! I’ve worn so many of them.”

Amanda in New York
Amanda in New York. (Source: Splash)

“The fact is, that kind of stuff is less about the ceremony and more about the commitment. So it’s like children. That’s where it’s at, right? For me. But it’s different for everybody.”

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