According to the Las Vegas Informer, METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich and his fiancée, Jessica Miller, celebrated their recent engagement Monday evening (July 8) alongside a close-knit group of family members — including the bride-to-be's father and Ulrich's son — at N9NE Steakhouse at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Jessica Miller, 29, who was previously in a relationship with SYSTEM OF A DOWN guitarist Daron Malakian, is a professional model, and has appeared on the cover of various international editions of Vogue magazine. She has also been a model for Gap, H&M and Chanel, among others.
Ulrich, 49, has two sons, Myles, 14, and Layne, 12, with former wife Skylar Satenstein, and a third boy, Bryce, 6, with Danish actress Connie Nielsen.
A photo of Ulrich with his fiancée, taken this past May on the red carpet at the "Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian)" premiere at the Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France, can be found at Getty Images. Video footage of them posing for photographers at the same event can be seen below.
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