Barbara Palvin and Dylan Sprouse Officially Announce Engagement With Funky Fisheye ‘V Magazine’ Story

The couple have been dating for five years and revealed the wedding will take place in Palvin’s home country of Hungary.
Barbara Palvin and Dylan Sprouse.

Barbara Palvin and Dylan Sprouse.

Barbara Palvin and Dylan Sprouse have officially announced their engagement. The ”it” couple did so in a super fitting and iconic way—with a V Magazine story Q&A conducted by none other than actor and twin brother (and soon to be brother-in-law) Cole Sprouse.

The 2016 SI Swimsuit Rookie of the Year and the Beautiful Disaster star began dating five years ago after initially meeting at an event and clicking right away. In the article, the couple revealed that the wedding will take place in Hungary, where Palvin was born.

“With the power invested in V I am a Sprouse to be 👰🏻‍♀️@dylansprouse 💍🤍,” the 29-year-old captioned an Instagram post on June 15.

The former Victoria’s Secret angel and Disney Channel star first said “I love you” at a V Magazine party.

“I know it’s cliché, but a relationship is work. There’s no human relationship that’s just going to be perfect. You have to be vulnerable with your partner and you have to be honest, and sometimes your opinions are not going to align, but that’s fine,” Palvin said regarding her philosophy on love and marriage. “The key is to always want to work together and not really try to win a fight. Because if one person wins, you both lose.”

The couple noted that they have discussed traditional marriages and how the roles differ in the United States and in Hungary.

“I thought we would have a lot of cultural differences, but it’s just that we have a lot more traditions surrounding a wedding,” Palvin continued. “I think they’re really fun, but, I don’t see that big of a difference. I mean, marriage is just a partnership, you know? Same in America, same in Hungary.”

Sprouse, 30, who admitted that he has two left feet, said he’s not nervous about marriage, but rather about the wedding itself.

“I think the definition of marriage is very different for our generation than what it meant for the previous one. For me, at least, marriage is a promise of kind of loving you endlessly, and being your partner,” he gushed. “I’m nervous about the event. Frankly, it’s about the first dance. I’m nervous about a choreographed dance.”

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Ananya Panchal


Ananya Panchal is a NYC-based Lifestyle & Trending News writer at SI Swimsuit. Before joining the Swim team, the Boston University Alum worked for culture & entertainment beats at Bustle, The San Francisco Chronicle and the TODAY Show. When Ananya is not writing or doom-scrolling on social media, she can be found playing sudoku, rewatching One Tree Hill or trying new restaurants. She's also a coffee and chocolate (separately) enthusiast.