Katie Price appears to be more in love than ever as she sat down for a candid chat with beau Carl Woods and admitted she was ready to pop the question.
The entrepreneur has often spoken about Love Island hopeful Carl, calling him "the one" after the pair first went public with their relationship.
Katie, 42, got comfy on her crushed velvet sofa alongside Carl, 31, for their joint YouTube channel as she presented him with a candle aptly named "Wedding Day" while dropping subtle hints to her boyfriend.
The Page 3 icon who recently purchased an ovulation test revealed she cannot wait to take her relationship to the next level.
Before Carl pulled the candle out of Katie's bag, she joked: "It's another thing we have spoken about."
Carl instantly knew what the topic would be about, pointing the candle at the camera saying: "Let me guess, it's something to do with a wedding."
Amused, she added that Carl was searching for a ring in her goodie bag.
"Look at you looking for a ring box in there. Did you think I was going to propose to you or something?"
Chancing his luck, Carl questioned his doting girlfriend: "If it was a leap year, would you or would you not ask me to marry you?"
The pair who have been showering each other with love on social media have never shied away from the topic of progressing their relationship.
Replying to Carl, she added: "Yeah, I would have done, without a doubt because I know that you are the right one."
Unbeknownst to Katie, 2020 is in fact a leap year.
The pair recently moved into Carl's home and are preparing to take their relationship further, adding a baby to Katie's brood.
Katie who currently has five children opened up about purchasing an ovulation kit in a YouTube video.
Delighted by the revelation, Carl gushed: "If we're going to make a baby then we need the ovulation kit. I'm 31 - I'm getting older. You're 42 - you're even older.
"So we need to know, don't we? I don't want to be an old dad. Do you want to be an old mum?"
He added: "This is important because if you're coming to move in, we're taking steps."