Bella Thorne and Mark Ames are rocking their romance with a wedding on the horizon.
The former Disney Channel star announced her engagement to the entrepreneur and “Bad Vegan” executive producer in an Instagram post on Friday. In a collection of intimate photos, Thorne shows off her engagement ring as Ames stands behind her.
“My love,” she captioned the Instagram pic.
The pair met in 2022 while attending actor Cara Delevingne’s birthday party in Ibiza, reports Vogue, which broke the news on Friday. For the actor, “it was love at first sight as the sun rose.”
According to the magazine, Ames proposed to Thorne with a “10-plus-carat emerald-cut diamond ring” the day before Mother’s Day. Thorne took her romance with Ames, who co-owns New York City bar Mulberry, to Instagram official on Valentine’s Day.
“Find someone you want to share your candy with,” she captioned several photos of them hugging and kissing Emms.
In 2021, Thorne and ex-boyfriend Benjamin Mascolo are headed for the aisle. However, a year later the actors called off their engagement “amicably,” People reported.
The “Famous in Love” star was previously in relationships with singer Mod Sun, YouTube star Tana Mongeau and fellow Disney Channel actor Gregg Sulkin.
Thorne got her start as a child actor, gaining popularity for the Disney Channel sitcom “Shake It Up”, where she co-starred with Zendaya. After the series ended in 2013, Thorne took on a variety of film and TV roles in projects including “Famous in Love,” “The Duff” and “Assassination Nation.”
Social media became his bread and butter in later years as he earned money on Instagram advertising for his millions of followers. She currently has more than 25 million Instagram followers.
He built a lucrative career on OnlyFans, a subscription-only social media platform for X-rated content. When she joined in 2020, Thorne made $2 million in her first week. Her fans-only appearance was met with criticism, with other creators accusing Thorne of squandering opportunities.
In January, Thorne promoted her film “Divinity” at the Sundance Film Festival. Earlier this month, she announced that she would direct the short film “Paint Her Red” at the revived Taormina Film Festival, where she would host an event.
“We all connect through stories: looking at art should be like looking in a mirror. I am so grateful for the opportunity to lead the way in showing a new generation of filmmakers,” she captioned her Instagram announcement .