Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are already engaged

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Another engagement rumour is doing the rounds this morning, with reports rolling in that Ariana Grande is now engaged to hew new boyfriend Pete Davidson.

Added the insider: "They are both constantly making each other laugh".

The couple were first rumoured to be dating in mid-May, shortley after Ariana ended her "toxic" relationship with Mac Miller.

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People confirmed the surprising news on Monday, with a source explaining that the whirlwind romance between the 24-year-old stars has officially blossomed into permanence.

"It's a recent engagement. It's nothing they've been hiding".

The A-list couple also attended Kanye West and Kid Cudi's "Kids See Ghosts" album listening party in Santa Clarita last Thursday, where a talk show caught Ariana by surprise with a spontaneous interview.

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And while the engagement came quickly, the couple are reportedly set to wait a while before they say, "I Do". Both had just gotten out of long-term relationships at the time.

Since then, they have been sharing multiple loved-up posts - and Davidson even got two tattoos dedicated to the singer. The publication also reported in May of Davidson's split from on-again, off-again girlfriend, actress Cazzie David, the daughter of comedian Larry David.

In the few weeks since that initial bombshell hit the internet, Grande and Davidson have shared photos, comments, and matching Harry Potter costumes all over social media.

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