They're one of the strongest remaining couples of the Aussie Bachelor franchise and now fans are speculating a genetically-blessed reality TV bub could be on the way.
Laura Byrne and Matty "J" Johnson have caused a frenzy after stepping out the red carpet for the Australian Fashion Laureate in Sydney on Tuesday November 20th, with eagle-eyed fans noticing what they claim might be a baby bump.
According to the Daily Mail, onlookers noticed the 32-year-old was not drinking alcohol at the event and "avoided questions on the red carpet."
The jewellery designer wore a billowing powder-blue floral dress by Aussie fashion label, We Are Kindred, which is a switch in style from the usual dresses she wears showing off her incredible body.
While fans speculated in the comments, with one simply just writing "pregnant", Laura's Insta story had the usual light-hearted tone, including the below gem:
"It takes some strong personalities to wear a white suit and curtain out in public!" she captioned a gorgeous pic of the pair.
While she calls it a "curtain", we call it "fashun" and Laura's style has always been known to turn heads - in a spectacular way.
At the TV WEEK Logie Awards on the Gold Coast in July, the 2017 Bachelor winner stepped out in a phenomenal One Day Bridal gown which showed off her toned abs.
Meanwhile earlier in the month, the reality starlet shared a pool-side snap from her Bali getaway which read: "Just a girl in Bali casually laughing at her hilarious cocktail."
Could the cocktail post be a clever decoy? Only time will tell!
Back in August, fans went into overdrive when the couple went on their second holiday in the past month.
The seemingly innocent trip created a snowstorm when they told fans that they had gone away for the second time.
MJ told fans, "Climbing glaciers is all white!"
But all Bachie enthusiasts could ponder was if the handsome Bondi babe had popped the question.
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"I'm just waiting 'til you announce your engagement. That's why your on holiday right?" one person queried.
Another said, "Just propose already!!"
One thing is certain, a year and a half on and the pair are super smitten.
Before the couple moved in together earlier this year, Laura said she couldn't wait to start their life together in Sydney.
Speaking to Now To Love exclusively last year, she said:
"We both want to get married one day, we both want kids one day, we both want to live in the Eastern suburbs," she said.
Now to Love have reached out to Laura for comment.