They finally went public with their romance last month and now it seems comedian Tommy Little and his new girlfriend Natalie Kyriacou are comfortable enough to take the mickey out of each other on Instagram.
On Monday evening, the cute couple shared an entire album of candid and intimate new photos, directly from their bed.
In one shot, shared on Nat's Instagram account, the pair pull funny faces from under the doona cover with nothing more than a beanie on.
The reason behind their very, er, unique bedtime attire?
Well, the couple are getting behind Tommy's Project and radio co-star and good mate Carrie Bickmore's Beanies 4 Brain Cancer campaign, which raises money for brain cancer research.
Carrie launched Beanies 4 Brain Cancer following the tragic death of her former husband Greg Lange.
"Buy a beanie and help beat brain cancer with #carriesbeanies4braincancer," 34-year-old entrepreneur Nat explained, alongside the cheeky bed selfie and other stunning shot of her modelling Carrie's beanie.
Meanwhile, on Tommy's Instagram page, he shared a series of photos of him and Nat as he modelled the various ways you can rock the beanie.
"There's so many ways to wear @bickmorecarrie's new beanies! 1. The Standard. 2. The Tin Tin. 3. The Beard. 4. The Dinger. 5. The Skull Cap. 6. The Where The F--k Did Everybody Go?!?!" Tommy penned.
"These bad boys go on sale tomorrow from 6:30pm AEST and will sell out quickly so get on board at carriesbeanies4braincancer.com and let's all help find a cure for this prick of a disease. #carriesbeanies4braincancer," he concluded.
Once again, fans flooded Tommy's post to comment on his stunning new partner.
"I didn't look at you in any of those photos haha," one user teased.
"Your beautiful lady looks stunning in every picture," another noted.
"Mrs Tommy is beautiful. You are very blessed 💕," a third said.
"Batting way above your average champion," another joked.
Tommy and Nat have been dating since the start of the year.
According to her LinkedIn page, Nat boasts an impressive career working as the founder and CEO of Green World, which offers wildlife and environmental conservation and education.
She also works as a management consultant at accountancy firm PwC.
Among her many other impressive accolades, she is a "Forbes 30 Under 30 honouree, a recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia, a Finalist for the UNEP Young Champion of the Earth Prize and a Probono Impact 25 Award Recipient."