While two celebrities becoming engaged is far from shocking, what confused many on the Internet was the fact that Grande and Davidson had only been dating for a few weeks before reports were leaked. And now, with all 121 million of her followers' eyes on her Instagram account waiting for an official engagement announcement, she instead used the medium to announce a more business-oriented venture: her fifth official fragrance.
First, a fan tweeted at Ariana, "I hope [Pete] knows he is maRRYING US AS WELL". In the promo, fans can also see that the bottle will be shaped like a cloud.
Both parties recently left long-term relationships, with Grande famously leaving her "toxic" relationship with ex-boyfriend Mac Miller in late April, while Davidson was reportedly still dating ex Cazzie David up until mid-May.
Page Six confirmed on Monday that the fast-moving couple made plans to tie the knot after a whirlwind romance that has included Grande-inspired tattoos and plenty of PDA.
Ariana and her ex Mac Miller
US Weekly reports that friends have called the pair a "perfect fit", although said that they are "not rushing to get married".
Fans also noticed Ariana sporting the ring in an impromptu interview with Big Boy TV. "They're just two people who found love quickly and make each other happy all the time", a source close to the couple told People.
Grande and Davidson have not yet publicly announced their engagement.
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