Lucas Gage and Chris Appleton are engaged

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 21: (LR) Lucas Gage and Chris Appleton attend the Fashion Trust US Awards 2023 at Goya Studios on March 21, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Charlie Gale / Getty Images for Fashion Trust US)

Surprise: Lucas Gage and Chris Appleton Are Engaged! A rep for the actor didn’t immediately respond to POPSUGAR’s requests for comment and a rep for the celebrity hairstylist could not be reached, but on April 5, Us Weekly reports that a source with knowledge of the pair’s impending nuptials has confirmed it. have claimed. “They’re not telling the public yet, but they have told friends they are engaged,” the insider said.

According to the source, Gage and Appleton “were engaged before they even had a ring and then went to pick them up together.” He added, “Friends think they’re a great couple. Even though they’re gone too soon, everyone around them is very excited about their relationship.”

Later on April 5, other outlets including People and Entertainment Tonight confirmed the news.

The news of the couple’s engagement comes just weeks after their relationship went public. The two first sparked dating rumors when the “You” and “How to Blow Up a Pipeline” star posted photos from their getaway vacation in Mexico on Feb. 20. Then, on March 8, they fueled speculation when they stepped out together to attend Vanity Fair in Los Angeles and TikTok’s A Night For Young Hollywood party.

After much gossip, Appleton finally confirmed her romance with Gage during an appearance on “The Drew Barrymore Show,” telling the host, “I’m so happy, so in love.” “I am so grateful to be able to share my time with someone so special,” he said in a clip posted on March 15. “I think meeting someone you really connect with is really special.”

Gage had previously played coy about his relationship with Appleton when asked about it during an interview with The New York Times, which was published on March 9. Mexico marked the launch of their relationship. “I’m a pretty open book about most things in my life, but I do have a problem with the culture of everyone who needs to know everyone’s business and nothing can be sacred. It’s a strange line.” Which I’m still trying to understand.”