Scarlett Johansson, Romain Dauriac

Looks like Scarlett Johansson and fiancé Romain Dauriac are back in the City of Light!

The engaged couple was seen touching down Tuesday in Paris, where they were snapped all smiles as they exited the airport side-by-side.

The blond beauty kept her famous curves under wraps and instead opted for comfortable travel wear for the long day of flying, looking cozy in an oversize sweater, black lounge pants, a baseball cap and clog sandal shoes. She wore her long locks down and proudly displayed her engagement sparkler as she toted her adorable Chihuahua, Maggie, in a red carrier.

PHOTO: See Scarjo's engagement ring!

Scarlett Johansson, Romain Dauriac

Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images for Maserati

Her hunky man was also sporting a low-key look, wearing jeans, a baseball cap, flannel shirt and puffy coat, appearing relaxed and at ease as he strolled by his ladylove.

Scarjo—who recently stunned on the very first cover of Vanity Fair France—has an apartment in Paris and splits her time between France and the States.

Dauriac proposed to the 28-year-old star about two months ago, but the couple only came clean about their engagement in early September after the actress was spotted with a stunning vintage Art Deco ring at the Venice Film Festival, where they attended the premiere of Johansson's movie Under the Skin.

A rep for the actress added that the "very happy" lovebirds "haven't chosen a date for the wedding."

The betrothed couple went public in November 2012, not long after Johansson ended a roughly year-long relationship with Nate Naylor.

"It would be much easier if the people we fell in love with behaved the we wanted them to," Johansson recently told E! News while promoting her upcoming flick Don Jon, which centers on a womanizing porn addict looking for love. "I've learned over time that what makes life interesting, relationships interesting, are the complexities of relationships and people and the fact that we can become more evolved ourselves if we are forced to compromise and accept the differences amongst one another."

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