Ex-Love Island champion and actress Dani Dyer has dropped a massive hint that she's become engaged to her footballer boyfriend Jarrod Bowen.
Dani and the West Ham playmaker, both 25, confirmed that they were dating last October, after weeks of strong rumours surrounding the couple.
But now things look to have taken a step forward
Dani hinted at a ring being offered while posting to her three and a half million followers on Instagram.
Taking to the platform she penned: "You and me forever," over the top of a loved-up snap on her Stories.
The caption raised eyebrows among Dani's following – with many taking it as a hint that Jarrod might have popped the question to provoke such a public showcase of their 'forever' love.
And this isn't the first time that blonde bombshell Dani has hinted that she'd happily marry the Hammers superstar.
Recently, during an Instagram Q&A, Dani was asked if she wanted more children, to which she replied: "Absolutely!! But [ring emoji] first."
The daughter of TV hardman and EastEnders actor Danny Dyer has gone through the wringer a bit when it comes to her romantic life.
Before becoming a household name on Love Island, Dani dated Sammy Kimmence.
But they split before she headed off to the famous ITV villa, where she coupled up with Jack Fincham in 2018.
The couple went on to win the whole show after becoming fan favourites and stealing the hearts of the nation.
However, things turned sour and the pair split shortly after moving in together a few months after the show ended.
After splitting from Jack, Dani got back with Kimmence and the pair welcomed their first child together, son Santiago.
But months later, the family were hit by scandal as Kimmence was locked up for fraud.
Kimmence was found guilty after posing as a financial adviser and conned pensioners out of £34,000.
Happily, she has moved on with Jarrod and we could be hearing wedding bells in the near future.
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