Celebrity longtime lovers, Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart, are close to make their union official in the eyes of the law as they reportedly have applied for a marriage license in the town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where they own a house. Breaking the news is New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams.
Cindy, moreover, claims that Harrison and Calista also have already taken blood tests, a necessity to obtain the right to wed in the U.S., and are ready to file joint tax returns, which is a practise only carried out by married couples. "Jackson Hole bigmouths swear Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart took blood tests and got licenses so (it) could be they already are, or soon will be, filing joint returns," Cindy writes.
Harrison Ford, 66, and Calista Flockhart, 44, first met at the 2002 Golden Globe Awards after she spilled wine on his award. The pair began dating within a week. They have been engaged since April 2007. Reports on them planning to get married have been abuzz since last year. Neither of them has denied or confirmed the reports though. They also haven't commented on the marriage license application report just yet.
Calista has a son, named Liam, whom she adopted in 2001, while Ford has four children; two sons with first wife Mary Marquardt, and a son and daughter from his second marriage to screenwriter Melissa Mathison.