Love Island winner Kai Fagan sent fans into a frenzy after sharing a picture of his girlfriend Sanam Harrinanan wearing a sparkling ring.
The 25-year-old posted a stunning picture of Sanam flashing a silver band on her ring finger, leading their followers to speculate they were engaged.
The couple, who won the winter series of the ITV2 show in March, captioned the photograph "made a promise" with a ring emoji, adding to speculation.
Hundreds of fans rushed to the comment section, to ask if the post was an engagement announcement, leading to Kai clarifying that it was in fact a promise ring.
However, he did tease that an engagement ring would "come soon." He commented: "Btw guys it’s a promise ring! The big one will come soon dw."
Messages of congratulations flooded in, with many fans saying they can't wait until they finally get engaged for real.
One follower said: "Love this, feel like it’s a very beautiful way to say forever without the pressure of having to start organising a wedding! Congratulations guys."
Another added: "My guy Kai is a smart man. Marry her bro. I married my wife at 26, one year after meeting each other. Eight years later, happiest I’ve ever been."
While a third wrote: "Love the ring you guys are great together can't wait to see what your engagement ring's going to be like."
And someone else said: "OMG YOU TWO, are meant for each other."
The beautiful gesture by Kai comes after Sanam revealed to OK! that she can't wait to show him more of her heritage.
The 25-year-old social worker from Bedford, fell in love with schoolteacher Kai, when they met on the reality TV dating series.
The pair shot to popularity during their time in the villa, after meeting during Casa Amor and remaining coupled until the end.
Speaking to OK!, she opened up about her relationship with Kai and how she wants to celebrate both her Indian and Caribbean heritages.
She said: "I only really started to look into my heritage when I was on Love Island when people started to question if I was Indian or Caribbean – people didn’t understand what Indo/Caribbean was.
"But I was starting to see so many positive comments from girls who finally felt represented!
"I have always felt like I’ve had a bit of an identity crisis because I haven’t felt like I fit in with the Indian culture, but I also don’t feel like I fit in with the Caribbean side either."
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