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Mark Ronson Engaged to French Model

DJ and producer's fiancée has appeared in one of his music videos

February 10, 2011 10:00 AM ET
Mark Ronson and Josephine de la Baume
Mark Ronson and Josephine de la Baume
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DJ and producer Mark Ronson is engaged to French model Josephine De La Baume, his rep confirms to UsMagazine.com.

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Dating since March 2009, De La Baume previously appeared in a 2010 music video for "The Bike Song," a hit made famous by Mark Ronson & The Business Intl.

Prior to the couple announcing their engagement, Purple Magazine posted a black and white photo of De La Baume's ring after she flaunted it at Mama Shelter in Paris earlier this year.

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Mark, 35, was previously engaged to actress Rashida Jones; he also once dated British socialite Daisy Lowe, as well as Tennessee Thomas (of indie rock band The Like).

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The Grammy Award-winning musician -- who worked with Amy Winehouse on 2008's Back to Black album -- hails from a prominent British family. The nephew of property tycoon Gerald Ronson, Mark is the eldest of three children, including 33-year-old fashion designer Charlotte Ronson and her twin sister, DJ Samantha Ronson.

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