Harry Potter star Chris Rankin is engaged! Actor pops the question to partner Ness Beecroft during a romantic trip to Florida
Harry Potter actor Chris Rankin has revealed he has got engaged to his long-term partner Ness Beecroft after popping the question during a trip to Florida.
The actor, 38, who played Percy Weasley in the movie franchise, shared his news via a sweet post to his 55.4K Instagram followers on Thursday evening.
Gushing that Ness had ‘upgraded to fiancée’, the happy couple posed for a loved-up snap while showing off the sparkling ring.
Congratulations! Harry Potter star Chris Rankin is engaged! The 38-year-old actor popped the question to partner Ness Beecroft during a trip to Florida
Writing alongside the snap of him and his now-fiancée posing on a balcony, Chris wrote: ‘Happy news! I asked @nessabeecroft if she fancied upgrading to fiancée, and she seemed ok with the idea.’
He then followed up the caption with a red love heart emoji, with the post joint between the couple’s two accounts.
The actor’s followers – including some of his Harry Potter co-stars – were quick to comment their message of congratulations to the pair.
Upgrade! Writing alongside the snap of him and his now-fiancée posing on a balcony, Chris wrote: ‘Happy news! I asked @nessabeecroft if she fancied upgrading to fiancée, and she seemed ok with the idea’
Long-term: The sweet pair have been together for six years, with Chris finally popping the question
Afshan Azad, who played Padma Patel in the Harry Potter movies, wrote: ‘Omgggg ANDDDD I ASKED YOU WHEN!! Congratulations to you both.’
While Tolga Safar, who played Igor Karkaroff’s sidekick in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, commented: ‘Huge congratulations. Lovely news.’
Chris and Ness reside together in South Wales, and share two dogs, named Stanley and Boo.
Loved-up: Chris and Ness reside together in South Wales and share two dogs
The pair have been together for six years, with Chris previously married to ex Megan Walker.
While it’s unknown how they met, the actor sweetly recalled back in 2020: ‘When you’re not looking for something, the one thing you didn’t know you were missing turns up and makes everything right.’
Since his stint on the J.K Rowling based franchise, Chris now works in television and Film production.
He has recently worked on the production side of fantasy-adventure programme Atlantis, period drama Downton Abbey and Sky’s A Discovery of Witches.
On-screen: Chris played Percy Weasley in the Harry Potter movie franchise (pictured in the 2003 film The Prisoner Of Azkaban)