Martha Hunt is engaged to her longtime boyfriend Jason McDonald.The model revealed the news in a sweet post on Instagram on Wednesday, showcasing her stunning cushion cut diamond ring in a series of pictures, with one snapshot also including her husban…
Martha Hunt is engaged to her longtime boyfriend Jason McDonald.
The model revealed the news in a sweet post on Instagram on Wednesday, showcasing her stunning cushion cut diamond ring in a series of pictures, with one snapshot also including her husband-to-be.
“I have a secret…” the 30-year-old captioned the images.
Martha seemingly confirmed that Jason popped the question while the couple was holidaying in The Bahamas, as she tagged the photos’ location as being on the picturesque Caribbean island.
“Love you both so much,” fellow model and close friend Gigi Hadid commented, while several other famous faces also offered their congratulations, including Lily Aldridge and writer Cazzie David.
“@cazziedavid got a ring on it!!” Martha replied.
While Queer Eye star Antoni Porowski joked: “WHAT IS IT?!? WHAT’S THE SECRET?!! DON’T LEAVE ME HANGING!!” and designer Phillip Lim wrote, “wowowowowow! congrats! love you!!!! so frikin happy for you guys!! #cutestcoupleever (sic).”
The Victoria’s Secret Angel and Jason have kept their relationship under wraps since meeting on a photoshoot back in 2015 and have only made a handful of appearances on one another’s Instagram feeds.
However, the photographer was quick to share the happy news with his followers and posted two touching black-and-white photos, including one in which Martha modelled her engagement ring.
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Phillip Lim says his new venture into cookbook writing is not so different from designing.The fashion star released kitchen tome More Than Our Bellies earlier this year, with photos by Viviane Sassen, and in a chat with American Esquire, he compared hi…
Phillip Lim says his new venture into cookbook writing is not so different from designing.
The fashion star released kitchen tome More Than Our Bellies earlier this year, with photos by Viviane Sassen, and in a chat with American Esquire, he compared his two career paths.
“Both are about being prepared, having the courage to try, and the flexibility to pivot and be spontaneous when necessary,” he mused. “I am not a trained chef, so I make it up as I go along much of the time. My recipes are not carefully measured or exact; they are always influenced by my mood and what I am craving that day, so they are always a little bit different, and that’s the fun part!”
Inspired by his food memories as a child and the meals his mother cooked for him, the American designer, who is of Chinese descent, put together a book full of recipes he came up with to fit into his every day life.
Lim recently put his skills to the test during a cooking class for New York’s Bergdorf Goodman’s new in-store series Designers Off Duty, which showcases the hidden talents of fashion stars.
“I began cooking for myself because I missed home, my mom, and memories of our time together. It was a process of trial and error—of going to the store, picking out ingredients, and trying to recreate recipes that I remembered from growing up,” he said of how his passion started. “There was no road map, so it was experimental and a lot of fun.
“At this point, I would say I prepare 90 percent of my own meals. And this is from a man who ordered take-out three meals a day, every day, up until five years ago.”
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