Poor old Instagram is going through yet another meltdown.
Usually, we're focused on Hamish Blake and wife Zoe Foster Blake sharing updates on their adorable two cherubs, Sonny and Rudy Blake.
But now Hamish's partner in crime Andy Lee has everyone talking. And he didn't even post a thing.
It was his girlfriend Rebecca Harding who kicked off all the speculation.
The 36-year-old is currently with his lady love, living the life on a romantic getaway in Malibu.
Rebecca innocently shared one little photo on social media, which showed her in a white dress cuddling up to her man.
And now fans are convinced they're hearing wedding bells.
The 25-year-old model posted a sweet snap of her and Andy lounging back, enjoying some downtime at the Kardashian's number one hangout, Nobu.
One fan observed: "Calling it," adding five engagement ring emojis and two smiley faces.
While a pal of Rebecca's asked a very pressing question through the use of emojis: engagement ring, confused face, monkey covering mouth and red love heart...
That roughly translates to: "Girl, did you just get proposed to?"
Keeping everyone guessing, the model simply replied, "lol." To be fair, in the photo Rebecca is hiding that finger.
Many friends and fans gushed about how happy the pair looked together.
But one mate and regular Hamish and Andy contributor, Ryan Shelton, decided to focus on something more pressing than his friend potentially being engaged... Andy Lee's choice of pant.
"I'll keep an eye on it, but #whitepants isn't trending. Yet," the comedian penned.
Neither have confirmed the news just yet, but their pals have revealed Andy couldn't be more ready to get down on one knee.
In April, insiders told Woman's Day, that the Aussie funnyman was "finally ready to walk down the aisle."
Rebecca and Andy rekindled their romance in December after taking a brief break.
The 36-year-old recently chatted to TV Week, admitting, “So no-one is putting pressure on for a wedding."
“We have a different approach in my family, and we’re not bothered by those things at all."
With comments like that, we're already expecting Mr Lee to try and pull a swifty on us!
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