HOLY CRAP, DID ANYONE SEE THIS COMING?

The most unexpectedly adorable lovebirds on Bachelor In Paradise are reportedly engaged, and honestly, there’s an iconic love story right there.

Tara Pavlovic, from Matty J‘s season, and Sam Cochrane, from Sophie Monk‘s season, have been loving it up in Paradise since pretty much the second episode, and are the only pure souls in the entire thing.

Their last rose ceremony was sealed with a kiss – not a tentative cheek kiss, but a big ol’, “I really, really like you” kiss. And IDK about you guys, but I fucken’ swooned.

!!!!!!!!!

Women’s Day reports that Sam and Tara are set to be the “big finale proposal” that the show’s been promising, and that Sam’s already left his Sydney place and moved in to Tara’s Gold Coast apartment.

“They are in love and it’s completely genuine,” said an insider. “They didn’t argue once in Paradise – it’s as if they were destined to be together! He told other boys they’d better not propose to anyone as he didn’t want anything to ruin his and Tara’s moment.”

They’ve been smooching all over the place since officially sharing their first on-screen kiss, and – according to some reports – have been boning all over the place, too.

Tara recently gushed to OK! Magazine about Sam. “I’m so happy at the moment. I’m just really enjoying getting to know Sam and I really like him. I quite possibly am falling.”

Doesn’t sound like the sort of interview you’d give if it DIDN’T go well on the show, right? There’s only so much faking being happy about it all that you can do.

Also, just check out their Instagram caption dedications to each other. It’s so cute I want to vomit.

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The best rose I’ve ever received @tarapavlovic @bachelorinparadiseau #rose #whatmansion

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Let’s avoid the chaos @tarapavlovic #nodrama #bubble @bachelorinparadiseau #newera

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ARRRRRGH PLEASE INVITE ALL OF US TO THE WEDDING, OKAY? Australia needs this.

Image: Channel 10