‘Us In Our New Apartment’: Has Ariana Grande Moved In With Pete Davidson?

Things are moving quickly with new couple Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson. Following news of an engagement, the two are reportedly moving in together.

Settling Into Their New Digs

The "No Tears Left To Cry" singer hinted that she was shacking up with her new beau via a subtle hint on her Instagram story on Saturday night.

"Us in our new apartment with no furniture 1 speaker and red vines," joked the 24-year-old alongside a photo of cartoon character Spongebob Squarepants.

Fans were quick to speculate that the "us" Grande referred to is her and Davidson who, if reports are to be believed, has already asked the pop star to be his wife.

Grande later posted a filtered video of Davidson standing in front of an apartment complex, while Sunday found her posting pics of herself standing on a couch with a massive diamond ring her beau gifted her.

Things Are Moving Quickly

The Saturday Night Live star allegedly popped the question last week, with a massive sparkler, just a few days after the fledgling couple made their relationship public.

They've been getting closer ever since, frequently gushing about each other on social media, with Grande spotted out with Davidson in his home of New York City throughout the weekend. Grande has even met her new partner's mother.

"Pete introduced Ariana to his mother at Zuma in New York during one of the SNL after-parties. Ariana spent the majority of the night hanging out with her," a source confirmed to ET.

The two attended Davidson's show at the Comedy Cellar on Friday, with one of his fellow comedians, Sherrod Small, posting a pic of their group to Twitter and congratulating Davidson on how great his new lady is.

Not Hiding His Commitment

The couple was first linked last month, once Davidson's breakup from Cazzie David and Grande's split from rapper Mac Miller became public. They were first spotted getting close at an SNL after-party, after initially meeting when Grande hosted the show.

Davidson reportedly approached a jeweler to make the alleged engagement ring for Grande in May, telling him to keep it a secret. The two have not publicly confirmed their engagement or living together status as of yet.

The SNL star seemed to confirm it himself, however, when he posted a pic of the ring to Instagram, with a mushy caption.

"[You] know what you'd dream it be like? [It's] better than that," he wrote.

He also got two tattoos in tribute to Grande, with her signature Dangerous Woman bunny mask inked behind his ear and her initials, AG, gracing his thumb.

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