Hollywood actor Matthew Perry, known among fans around the world for playing the character Chandler Bing on the popular sitcom Friends, is now engaged. The 51-year-old Perry proposed to his girlfriend Molly Hurwitz and revealed the news to People magazine saying, "I decided to get engaged. Luckily, I happened to be dating the greatest woman on the face of the planet at this time." Molly, a literary manager, confirmed her relationship with the actor on Valentine’s Day, earlier this year. Taking to her social media page, which remains a private account, the 29-year-old wrote, "Second year being my valentine, but his first as an Instagram influencer. HVD to my favorite." Later, Perry joined Instagram in February this year.

Matthew and Molly have reportedly been dating since 2018. The couple had also spent Christmas together this year, The Sun reported. The news outlet stated that Molly is originally a New Yorker and the couple have been spending time together since they began dating in the Big Apple. Reports state her to have a "quirky sense of humour" with the couple hitting it off "immediately." The outlet further informed that, "Molly is not interested in fame and she rarely parties, she’s been great for Matthew."

On the work front,  Matthew Perry informed fans on his Twitter page that the shooting for the long-delayed Friends Reunion special has been rescheduled to the beginning of March in view of the coronavirus pandemic. "Friends reunion being rescheduled for the beginning of March. Looks like we have a busy year coming up. And that’s the way I like it!", Perry tweeted. The news of the Friends Reunion special being greenlit came as music to the ears of fans around the world in February earlier this year. An event that has long been awaited by millions worldwide, the much-awaited reunion special was announced to see the return of the smash hit TV sitcom's main cast - Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer. Initially planned to be "an untitled unscripted special" Friends reunion one-off debuting in May on the streaming service HBO Max, fans will get to revisit experiences with the stars of the show, which aired for 10 successful seasons from 1994 to 2004.