February 27, 2009 | 5:49 pm
Posted by Danielle Berrin
Lindsay Lohan and unofficial girlfriend Samantha Ronson are unofficially looking for a synagogue who will officially sanction their unofficial romance.
According to IMDB.com, this much is true:
Lindsay Lohan and her girlfriend Samantha Ronson have fuelled rumours they are set to wed - by visiting a London synagogue famous for its liberal views on marriage.
The Mean Girls star, who was raised a Catholic, and Ronson, who is from a Jewish family, have been dating since 2008.
They were rumoured to have become engaged last year, after Ronson reportedly told a crowd in a Los Angeles nightclub about their wedding plans.
And now the couple, currently visiting London, has been photographed entering a Jewish church in the British capital together.
The pair visited the Westminster Synagogue, in the city’s exclusive Knightsbridge area, on Friday afternoon.
Faith officials at the religious building is known for providing marriage blessings to couples of mixed faiths, providing the couple has already enjoyed a civil wedding ceremony.
Although the synagogue’s stance on same-sex unions is not known, gay marriages have been legal in the U.K. since the introduction of civil partnerships in 2004.
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