Hilton proposed to his longtime girlfriend with his great-grandmother's ring.PHOTOS: See at what age stars got engaged The couple met in 2006 on the set of , and have been together ever since.Congratulations are pouring in for the lovely couple as they have finally declared their love in the company of their closest friends and family.
The actress died in a Connecticut hospital in the company of friends and her third husband, Robert Levine, her publicist Mara Buxbaum announced, adding: ‘Mary will be remembered as a fearless visionary who turned the world on with her smile.’Stars were quick to pay tribute, including veteran talk show host Larry King who tweeted: ‘Mary Tyler Moore was a dear friend and a truly great person. Rest in peace, MTM.’ George Takei, who played Mr Sulu in Star Trek, called her a ‘role model’.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Moore moved to Los Angeles when she was eight years old and started her career in showbusiness as a dancer aged 17.
Partner Paulina Gretzky and son Tatum watch as Dustin Johnson of the United States finishes on the 18th green to win the U.
Open at Oakmont Country Club on June 19, 2016 in Oakmont, Pennsylvania.
Moore emerged on screen at a time when actresses were traditionally cast as housewives – but with her fashionable trousers and Jackie Kennedy-style hair, she became heralded by Time Magazine as one of women who ‘changed television’ for ever.
The American actress fought a long battle with illness, having being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes aged 33 in 1966, the same year of the last season in which she played Laura Petrie on The Dick Van Dyke Show.The actress, who is well known for her role on ' The Dick Van Dyke Show', had a long battle with diabetes after being diagnosed with disease at age 33.She is pictured above with Dick Van Dyke on the programme Her first TV job came when she played an elf in a 1955 Hotpoint advert.Mary Tyler Moore, the comedy actress who revolutionised the role of television housewives, died yesterday aged 80.The acclaimed comedienne captured the hearts of millions of viewers in the 1960s sitcom The Dick Van Dyke Show and the eponymous The Mary Tyler Moore Show in the 1970s.PHOTOS: Love on set In addition to planning their wedding, the bride-and-groom-to-be are very busy with their careers.