Doug Reinhardt is engaged to Allie Lutz, the bride-to-be announced via Instagram Jan. Proudly sowing off her stunning 8-carat, pear-shaped diamond ring, Lutz's "high school sweetheart" gave his future wife a sweet peck in the picture.
"Cat's out of the bag," the University of Southern California graduate, 26, wrote. Barts and and Anguilla." PHOTOS: Hollywood's most memorable engagements Raised in Laguna Beach, Calif., Reinhardt, 28, briefly dated his costar Lauren Conrad in the spring of 2008.
It's been quite some time since we parted ways with those crazy kids from The Hills.
With the exception of the two queen bees and arch rivals Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari, most of the cast from the Hills and it's predecessor Laguna Beach have faded off into obscurity, only managing a place in the spotlight thanks to DUI mug shots and quickly canceled reality shows.
She forgave Jason once for cheating on her with his ex, Jessica, but ultimately, his own jealousy was too much for Lauren to take, and it led to the couple's undoing.
Brody Jenner: Well into her Los Angeles stride, Lauren fell hard for the charming socialite, who made her feel like a million bucks.
Earlier this week, reports emerged that [artist id="2024407"]Paris Hilton[/artist] and Doug Reinhardt broke up — which came as a surprise to Reinhardt's onetime girlfriend and former "Hills" star Lauren Conrad. " Conrad, who described Reinhardt as "pretty awesome," told Access Hollywood while promoting her new novel, "L. Candy." "I thought they were a good match." Conrad, who briefly dated Reinhardt on "The Hills," said of reports that he and Hilton were going to marry, "She was going to marry a lot of people. That's all that matters." "[We] dated my senior year of high school," Conrad recalled of the relationship.
"He moved back and then it was like, 'Oh, we'll pick up where we left off'...
An expert on all things beautiful and crafty, Lauren is destined for a dream wedding, and we couldn't be happier for her.
He was raised in Laguna Beach, California with his sister, Casey Reinhardt, who is two years younger.
After his parents divorced, his mother married Duane Roberts, inventor of the frozen burrito and owner of the Mission Inn, a historic landmark hotel in Riverside, California.
He turned down a baseball scholarship with the University of Southern California to sign with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim as their 10th round pick (293rd Overall) out of high school.
In 2008, he signed with the Baltimore Orioles and blew his knee out. He attended Pepperdine University as an undergraduate and was accepted to Pepperdine University School of Law before being offered the opportunity to work in baseball.