A little more than two months after she called it quits with fiance Ben Foster, Robin Wright is wearing her engagement ring again Credit: SGP/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES

Guess they're Wright for each other after all! Two months after Us Weekly exclusively revealed that Robin Wright and fiance Ben Foster had called it quits, a source tells Us Weekly that the lovebirds are once again engaged to be married.

"They are fully back together and really happy," the insider tells Us of the House of Cards star, 48, and the Lone Survivor actor, 34, who were photographed at the Giorgio Armani Prive Haute Couture show on Jan. 27 in France, engagement ring and all. "Ben is the nicest guy. She knows she has a keeper."

That's not to say their relationship is perfect, of course, just that they're willing to work on it now. "There were a bunch of issues before, a lot because of distance and her schedule, but they are working on them," the source adds. "It is worth it to be with a guy like this who really cares about her so much."

Wright first debuted her engagement ring from Foster in January 2014. She later revealed she'd gotten a tattoo of his first initial on the third finger of her left hand. "I've been so anti-tattoos my whole life," she told The Telegraph in February. "But doing this felt right because we're not that traditional."

She added, too, that they already "felt married" and had "been together ever since the first date," when they went to a poetry recital. "Ben and I have a connection between us that just feels right," she told the paper. "I don't know any other word for it." 

The couple broke things off nine months later, in November, but rekindled their romance after just a few weeks. At the 2015 Golden Globes on Jan. 11, they looked more in sync than ever, with coordinating black outfits.

This will be the third marriage for Wright. She was previously wed to Dane Witherspoon and actor Sean Penn, who is now engaged himself to Charlize Theron.