Lily Allen has confirmed she's in a relationship with Stranger Things actor David Harbour and we are TOTALLY digging the new romance.
Confirming the pair are officially an item, Lily posted a picture of David working out on her Instagram story, showing off the hunk's muscular arm.
She captioned the image, "Mine." Oh how we love a good romance...
The photo was taken during David's appearance on one of America's biggest comedy shows, Saturday Night Live (SNL), which saw the actor appear in a Joker-style sketch about Sesame Street's Oscar the Grouch.
Don't ask, we're also trying to get our head around it.
Lily attended the show alongside David's parents in New York and the pair were later pictured leaving together.
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The 34-year-old's latest romance comes after she revealed on Instagram that she's ditching the UK for a few months, until Brexit has been sorted.
That might be a long time Lily.
She hilariously posted two images and a video of her pulling faces, alongside a caption reading, "Leaving UK till after Brexit. Good Luck Kids."
However, it's unsure whether she was being serious or not as she then wrote, "What's the most annoying engagement baiting question caption you've read?" which suggests she might have been joking.
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Lily has two children from her marriage with Sam Cooper. After her divorce, she dated rapper Meridian Dan for three years but they recently split.
Opening up about her dating life back in January, Lily told Elizabeth Day's How To Fail podcast, "I've always had a boyfriend. I don't at the moment. I'm single for the first time since I was about 15."
Confessing she's "grown up", the singer added, "It's just been bad news after bad news after bad news and I think that fact that I haven't called him and been like, 'Hey wanna come round for a cuddle?' means that it's big for me, because ordinarily, when things get difficult, I do need to have somebody around to share those problems."