It’s official: Jon Bon Jovi is set to be Millie Bobby Brown’s father-in-law.
In an interview with SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen andy radio, The Bon Jovi frontman has confirmed that his 20-year-old son, Jake Bongiovi, is engaged Weird things The 19-year-old actress gave her husband advice. The young couple, who have been engaged since 2021, teased their engagement on social media three weeks ago – by posting matching photos of her wearing a diamond ring. that finger – but otherwise my mom was on the subject.
Cohen got the 61-year-old singer’s confirmation by congratulating him on the “big engagement news.” Bon Jovi responded in the affirmative, adding, “It’s the latest. Three of my four kids are engaged.”
Cohen asked if the New Jersey-born singer had concerns about the couple being young. It has been noted that Bon Jovi is of course married to his high school sweetheart, Dorothea, though they tied the knot when he was in his late twenties.
“I don’t know if age matters,” the “I’ll Be There for You” singer responded, “If you find the right partner and grow together. I guess my advice is you really grow together. Grow old together.”
He added, “So I think all of my kids have found the ones they think they can grow up with and we love them all.”
As for whether he has seen the British actress Weird thingsHe replied, “I saw that, of course. Millie is amazing. Her whole family is amazing. Really amazing. Jake is very, very happy.”
On April 11, Brown and Bongiovi, who also pursues acting, shared photos of what appeared to be the two celebrating their engagement. Her post included an ode to Taylor Swift.
Bon Jovi and his wife are also parents to Stephanie, 29, Jesse, 28, and Romeo, 20. Jesse announced his engagement to girlfriend Jesse Light. It is unclear which of his other children he is also engaged to.
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