The couple initially planned to wed in autumn, but they reportedly are forced to bring their wedding forward due to a planned actors' strike over the summer.
New report has just surfaced that Jennifer Love Hewitt is bringing her wedding to Scottish actor fiance Ross McCall forward in a bid to save him from being deported from the U.S. The couple reportedly are feeling afraid that a planned actors' strike over the summer will force Ross out of work and invalidate his visa.
Jennifer was reported to have initially planned to walk down the aisle after her and Ross' respective work schedules quietened down. She, however, was forced to hold her wedding sooner upon fear that Ross' work visa would probably be invalidated should he is forced out of work by the proposed actors' strike.
The National Enquirer broke the news on Jennifer's wedding rush. The publication was told by a source that "Jennifer's fiance is in this country on a non-resident work visa, and if there is a strike he might be forced to go back to the UK. She's so in love with Ross that she couldn't bear the thought of them being separated."
The report has not yet been confirmed by Jennifer or her people just yet.