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Unlike Marnie, the snarky, entitled millennial with a penchant for eye rolling, who she’s played for five seasons on the zeitgeist-capturing HBO series Girls, Allison Williams, 27, is personable and charming. “People assume they’re going to hate me when they meet me, and I’m delighted to report that they don’t all hate me,” she says with a self-deprecating smile and gentle laugh. “Marnie’s cold, so they assume I’m going to judge them or talk sh*t about them.”

On the contrary, the New Canaan, Conn.-bred, Yale-educated daughter of newscaster Brian Williams is quick-witted, thoughtful, easy-going, gracious and kind. She’s a fixture on the red carpet, where she radiates in head-turners from the likes of Ralph Lauren, Dior, Chanel, Oscar de la Renta and Joseph Altuzarra (whose sheer dress she rocked as his date to the 2013 Met Gala). But when we meet at Fika, a coffee spot a few blocks from Williams’ Manhattan apartment, she’s dressed down in Pilates-ready athleticwear from Outdoor Voices, Lululemon and online retailer Carbon38, and a sweater from technical cashmere company Kit and Ace. “I am the paragon of high fashion today,” she jokes between sips of a double espresso with almond milk. “I’m wearing cartoonishly large black UGG boots, which I was recently paparazzi’ed in while taking my dog, Moxie, out first thing in the morning. That should be illegal. I was wearing pajama pants and [was] just so tired.”

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In New York, an erratic roommate leads Fran to move in with Hannah. Later, Hannah gets an urgent call from her dad, who is trying to navigate a new type of dating. After a run-in at an AA meeting, Adam and Jessa spend the day together. Ray fears that the new cafe across the street is hurting his business. Elijah is hit on by a famous news anchor.

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Allison started in a commercial two for Keds, the videos are very cut. The first one shows Allison getting ready to take a trip and the second one is a spot for TV. Watch the videos below:

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On Monday, Allison was at Live with Kelly and Michael, to promote the newest season of Girl. It was nice to see Allison doing interviews again. Season 5 of Girls stars on Sunday 21 on HBO.

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Allison Williams didn’t need a rose — she got the ring.

The actress and self-proclaimed “Bachelor” fan appeared on Monday’s “Bachelor Live” and finally revealed how her husband popped the question.

“I would not be married to my husband if it weren’t for this show,” Williams said.

The “Girls” actress dished on how her beau Ricky Van Veen proposed during a weekly viewing party they attend of the ABC show.

It’s fitting as that’s where the pair also first met in 2011.

“So where the viewing party is, is at my friend Lee Eisenberg’s house…and he has a couch where we always watch the show, and that’s where Ricky proposed to me, was on Lee Eisenberg’s couch,” Williams recalled.

Van Veen, a co-founder of CollegeHumor and Williams married in September, with a ceremony officiated by Tom Hanks.

Williams was a panelist on Monday’s live follow-up to the night’s pre-taped episode.

She joined Bachelor Ben Higgins, comedian Michelle Collins and Haley Ferguson, who is one-half of the famous twins vying for Higgin’s attention this season.

Collins, meanwhile, joked she has “no one” and watches the romantic reality show by herself.

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