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Kit Harrington isn’t getting married — not yet anyway

Relax, fans of men with flowing dark locks, Kit Harrington isn’t pulling himself off the market permanently — not yet anyway.
A representative for Harrington, aka Jon Snow in “Game of Throne,” has denied a report that he and Rose Leslie, his long-term girlfriend and former “Games” co-star, are getting married, the Daily Mail reported. 
A U.S. tabloid reported that Harrington, 30, popped the question to Leslie over a romantic dinner. Leslie played Harrington’s wildling love interest Ygritte on the blockbuster HBO series as well as servant girl Gwen  on “Downton Abbey.”
The couple met in 2012 while filming the hit HBO show and finally announced their relationship after four years of speculation and an on-again, off-again courtship.
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While their reps have tried to silence wedding rumors, Harrington has revealed that the relationship has become serious enough that they’ve moved in together. In an interview on James Corden’s “Late, Late Show” in June, Harrington referred to Leslie as his “best friend” and said he’s “very, very happy and it’s going well.”
It’s also been reported that the two purchased a seven-bedroom country home that sits on eight acres and boasts a medieval-inspired moat.
But it’s not likely that marriage talk will die down anytime soon. In fact, on the same James Corden segment, fellow guest Nicole Kidman said, “It’s kind of nice if you’re going to live together maybe to at least get engaged.”
Harrington’s reply indicated that’s it’s not a matter of “if” he and Leslie will get married but “when”:
“I’ve been put on the spot by Nicole Kidman! I mean, it’s step by step, step by step,” he said.

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