After months of separation, Weeds star Mary-Louise Parker and Jeffrey Dean Morgan have rekindled their romance and is now ready to walk down the aisle.

The couple reportedly got back together on the set of Weeds, where Morgan previously guest starred as Parker’s onscreen husband, Judah Botwin.  Upon their off-screen reunion, they made their relationship public last December, when they attended the U.S. premiere of Morgan’s film P.S. I Love You, which is a romantic drama based on a novel about a young widow who discovers that her late husband has left her 10 messages intended to help ease her pain and start a new life.  During the premiere, Parker and Morgan were seen holding hands.

The impending nuptials will be Morgan’s second marriage and Parker’s first.  The pair has yet to set a date for the big day.

Parker and Morgan first dated in early 2007 but officially broke up in June that year after a brief romance.  The New York Post reported that the couple was seen fighting at Nobu restaurant, which fueled speculations about the status of their relationship.  After much denial, the couple decided to split and move on.

“Were not together anymore,” Morgan told People at the time.  “Everything’s fine.  It just didn’t work out…Wrong time in both our lives.”

At present, Parker stars as Nancy Botwin, a widowed housewife from an affluent California suburb who becomes an upper-middle-class marijuana dealer in order to make ends meet on Weeds. The fourth season of the series is currently scheduled to begin production in April and is expected to debut on Monday, June 16 on Showtime.

As for Morgan, who is known for his roles as patient Denny Duquette on Grey’s Anatomy and patriarch John Winchester on Supernatural, he is slated to star in films like The Accidental Husband, Days of Wrath and Watchmen.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Us Magazine
(Image courtesy of New York Daily News)

Kris De Leon

Staff Writer, BuddyTV