Chris Hughes and Annabel Dimmock have been publicly dating for five months now. The couple is on a romantic holiday in the Maldives and is posting adorable updates from their vacation on Instagram. One of the love island star’s recent Instagram stories has sparked rumours about their engagement.
In the video, the two could not take their hands or their eyes off each other as they gazed adoringly at each other in their Scuba Diving gear. The 24-year-old golfer Annabel lifted her hand in the video while giggling and a dazzling silver ring in her ring finger gathered fans’ attention. As such, the adorable video has hinted that Chris may have popped the question to his girlfriend.
Put a ring on it?
This Instagram story is not the first time that engagement rumours have been sparked for the couple. Another picture that the 28-year-old Love Island star uploaded from their vacation also caught people’s attention in the same regard. Chris is holding Annabel’s left hand in the backdrop of a beautiful ocean which made fans curious if he had popped the question in the comment section. His followers went crazy and said things like,
Please tell us you're engaged. You guys are the cutest together!
Have you proposed yet?
And even Mario Falcone, a former star of TOWIE, commented,
Did she say yes?
The reality star from Gloucestershire only made his relationship public in August, but the couple has been inseparable since the start. Rumour has it, the two were planning to move in together just after two months of dating.
Truly Madly Deeply in love
Chris and Annabel are so in love that they have matching tattoos that read '08.08.21' - the date they met. The couple first met at the Aramco Team Series event in London on the Ladies European Tour and they were paired up to play golf together. Chris earlier dated pop star Jesy Nelson and Love Island contestant Olivia Attwood. However, the handsome hunk has never been in love like this. After one of their holidays together, he confessed,
I didn’t think I’d meet someone like this. As individuals, it’s not normal to be happy every day, but I’m lucky I’ve found someone who gives me a reason to be happy every day, even on my worst days.
It’s the closest feeling I’ve had to being in school again when you crush hard and kind of don’t know what to do. The kind of girl, when I’d expect to get home from school and speak to on MSN as the nerves got the better of me in the playground.
I’m lucky, and I’m blessed, and I’m thankful.