Hallie Meyers-Shyer flaunts her DAZZLING Solitaire! DATING turns to Wedding!

A final “YES” from Hallie Meyer-Shyer, daughter of famous director “Mother of the Bride Part 2”  excitedly shared her daughter’s engagement news with entrepreneur Ophir Tanz on 2018, August 30 through Instagram.



Proud mother of 31 year old daughter expressed her excitement for the upcoming wedding which is sure to take place grandly.

Before getting betrothed Hallie and Ophir started dating from 2012 and since then they have been giving couple goals by sharing romantic pictures of their dating life. After knowing each other for few years in 2015, she and her mate moved in together at their cosy residence a 1954, one story hacinda.

Ophir is currently working as a CEO for AI (Artificial Intelligence), company called GumGum. While Hallie is the daughter of California native Movie Directors Nancy Meyers and Charles Shyer. She has one sibling Annie, who got married to Robby Koch in 2012, Septmeber at Nancy’s Pacific Palisades backyard.

Born on 1987, July 26, at Los Angeles, USA as a daughter of Charles Shyer and Nancy Meyers. Adding more to her family intro, she holds a Jewish ethnicity.  She attended high school at Crossroads School and graduated from University of Southern California as a screen writer. She also completed her graduation in literature from The New School.

So far, she has worked in six movies which are directed and produced by her own parents.  She gave an outstanding performance in Father of the Bride, The Parent Trap, What Women Want, Father of the Bride Part II and The Affair of the Necklace.

So far the wedding dates are yet to be announced by the engaged pair. Soon we are sure to hear good news from the proud mother of the beautiful daughter.  And adding more to it, we may even see her more into movies this year, as we all know what fabulous actress she is. Hope this 2019 year will trun out to be a lucky and prospering year for the Shyer family.


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