OK! has certainly released one of the more funny tabloid covers I have seen in awhile. When you see the cover and read the words it really does look like they are engaged. Even before I get to debunking the whole cover, can we just agree that for Kristen's sake I hope it isn't true. Oh, Rob is a good looking guy and I'm sure very nice, but let me ask you this. If your future spouse had decided to propose to you while you were at work do you think you would find that romantic? Maybe you would. No dinner or anything? Just in between calls or meetings you get proposed to and then it is on to the next task.
On the cover it says he asked her while they were on set. He couldn't wait until they were back in their room or out on a date or sucking down curry poutine at Glowbal? Nope, he did it while they were at work.
Anyway, when you actually open the magazine it doesn't talk about the engagement at all. It doesn't talk about living together or anything like that. All it does say is that on the set they call each other husband and wife as in "Have you seen my husband," or "Have you seen my wife." That's it. Nothing more. Now of course in one of those movies they will be husband and wife so it make sense. This is why you never buy the magazine based on the cover. This also applies to cooking and home decorating magazines. It doesn't apply to New Yorker.