Mom-to-be Emma Stone’s husband romantically proposed to her in the office where they first met at “Saturday Night Live.”
The Oscar winner met Dave McCary, a segment producer on the long-running NBC show, when she hosted it in December 2016 and he directed the actress in a sketch called “Wells for Boys.”
They kept things quiet about their romance until they made their public debut at the SAG Awards in January 2019 — and announced their engagement that December.
Now, Page Six is told by a source in-the-know: “Dave proposed at the offices where they first met at [NBC’s Manhattan HQ] 30 Rock. No one was there and by all accounts, it was very romantic.”
We revealed they had to postpone their planned March wedding due to the pandemic. They finally said “I do” in a low-key ceremony in L.A. in September.
And this week, Stone showed off her baby bump as she walked around L.A. with a friend.
“The Favourite” star told her famous pal Jennifer Lawrence that she wanted to have kids in an interview in Elle magazine in 2018, saying: “My perspective about kids has changed as I’ve gotten older. I never babysat or anything. As a teenager, I was like, I’m never getting married, I’m never having kids. And then I got older and I was like, I really want to get married, I really want to have kids.”
Emma Stone’s husband proposed in an ‘SNL’ office The British Journal Editors and Wire Services/ Page Six.