Jodie Sweetin famous for her appearance in "Full House" announced her engagement to boyfriend Mescal Wasilewski on Instagram on Monday. Sweetin flaunted her engagement ring in a lovely selfie she shared with her boyfriend.
Jodie included a lovely Maya Angelou quote in her caption, as she said, " I love you Mescal, for always. You’re my person. I can’t wait to see the life that lies ahead for us. Here’s to us, @ghostfacelito and our life of adventures. Together. I think I’m really gonna like turning 40."
Jodie's fiance also announced the news on his Instagram account, reposting a photo of the newly engaged couple with the caption, "So that happened…"
Who is Mescal Wasilewski?
Mescal Wasilewski works at Catalyst Recovery in Los Angeles as a primary therapist. He has worked there since 2020, according to his LinkedIn page.
Mescal has 16 years of experience working in the field of addiction and mental health, according to his bio. He has assisted in the treatment of clients with a variety of diagnoses and issues.
Mescal graduated from California State University, Northridge, with a bachelor's degree in social work and went to Hunter College for a master's degree in social work.
Details about his family and personal life are still being kept under wraps. He became well-known to the public after his engagement to Jodie Sweetin.
Jodie Sweetin's Response to Bob Saget's Death
Jodie’s engagement comes just a week after it was announced that her on-screen father, Bob Saget, who played Danny Tanner on Full and Fuller House, had died at the age of 65.
Following his death, Sweetin and other members of the show's cast, including John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Lori Loughlin, Andrea Barber, and Scott Weinger, posted a joint statement.
Jodie took to Instagram to reflect on her relationship with Saget.
"There aren’t enough words to express what I’m feeling today. Nor are they big enough to capture even a slice of who he was," she started.
"One thing I do know, is that we never missed a chance to tell each other, 'I love you'. Every time we talked, there were at least 3 or 4 exchanged at the end of a conversation, whether it was text, phone call or in person. And he usually had to have the last word, 'I love you more…'
"...Bob was a wonderful human being. A human being that could drive you nuts at times, and he knew it, but who was so genuine that you couldn’t even get that frustrated," she said.
"I’ll miss you Bob. I’ll make sure and tell an inappropriate joke at your funeral. In your honor. I know you would’ve wanted that."
"But you were supposed to be here longer…," she ended her thoughts. "How Rude."