But it's not as straight forward as we thought...
Love Island 2018 may have left our screens only a few months ago, but it feels like a lifetime, and frankly, we've been lost without it.
The lovebirds became national sweethearts overnight with their pure affection for each other, passing all of the tests that the Love Island team threw at them (remember when Jack slept outside to escape sharing a bed with anyone else?)
After winning the show, the couple then moved in together, but fast forward three months and where are they now?
Well, today Dani Dyer announced that she and Jack were engaged, sharing a photo of her ring-clad hand to her Instagram stories, alongside the caption, 'I SAID YES!', before calling Jack '[her] soulmate'.
While the internet understandably blew up, Dani then added another slide to her Instagram stories to clear up the confusion.
'JOKING! It was a prank everyone,' she posted. 'Blame capital!', referencing the radio show who supposedly dared her to post the Instagram stories while the groom (Jack) was still fast asleep in bed.
'Oh Hell' as Dr Alex would say!
Fingers crossed for a real engagement soon though!
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