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Casey Wilson was adamant about not moving in with her husband until he proposed to her.


Casey Wilson was adamant about not moving in with her husband until he proposed to her.

When Casey Wilson auditioned for David Caspe’s show, Happy Endings, in 2010, she met her future spouse. The couple went on to marry and have two children together.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Gone Girl actress and her husband’s marriage, from moving in together to dealing with parenting.

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On the same day that her husband proposed, Casey Wilson moved in with him.

Even after meeting for a year during her audition for Happy Endings, Wilson and Caspe were not together. It wasn’t until Caspe’s sister persuaded her to ask Wilson out that she began dating other men.

Wilson told Glamour that she had been expecting a proposal for a long time, but it never occurred since Caspe was such a laid-back person. He ultimately purchased a home and invited her to move in, but she refused until they were engaged.

Caspe spent a year renovating the house before proposing unexpectedly in September 2013.

Casey Wilson has two sons with her husband.

Wilson and Caspe married on May 25, 2014, at the Ojai Valley Inn in Ojai, California, after three years of dating. In November 2014, just seven months after their wedding, the couple learned they were expecting their first child.

On May 17, 2015, Wilson and her husband became parents for the first time when she gave birth to her son, Max Red Caspe.

On March 22, 2017, the actress revealed that she and her husband were expecting their second child on an edition of the Bitch Sesh podcast.

Wilson’s family of three grew by one on August 24, 2017, when she and her husband welcomed Henry Bear Caspe into the world.

Based On His Relationship, David Caspe Wrote: “Marry Me.”

Happy Endings, Kenan, Black Monday, Campaign ILL, and Marry Me are just a few of Caspe’s credits as a producer and writer.

Wilson told Glamour that Caspe composed Marry Me, one of the aforementioned shows, based on his connection with her.

In Marry Me, Wanderlust’s Ken Marino played Wilson’s fiance, Jake Schuffman.