Fuller House’s Jodie Sweetin Is No Longer Engaged
A sad bit of news for Fuller House fans: The show’s middle daughter (and the greatest aunt ever), Jodie Sweetin (AKA Stephanie Tanner), has called off her real-life engagement to Justin Hodak.
The couple, who dated for two years prior to Hodak putting a ring on it, decided to make things official last January, when he proposed with a gorgeous emerald cut diamond with a split shank setting.
Not many details are known about the split, with the DWTS alum’s rep simply telling People, “We can confirm that actress Jodie Sweetin and her fiancé Justin Hodak have ended their relationship,” and requesting respectful privacy. Still, we’ve gotta say, we’re a little heartbroken.
The 35-year-old hasn’t exactly had the easiest go of it in the love department (or life in general, truth be told: Sweetin had a very public struggle with drug addiction following Full House’s initial wrap), having married and divorced three times before.
Hodak appeared to fit right in with the now-healthy actress and her brood, which includes a six-year-old daughter Beatrix and an eight-year-old named Zoie, giving us all high hopes that this could be her real fairy-tale ending.
Our best wishes for them both going forward.
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(h/t E!, photos via Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty)
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