Rosalía is a bride-to-be.
The Spanish singer, 30, revealed Friday she is engaged to longtime boyfriend Rauw Alejandro in their newly released music video, “Beso.”
Rosalía can be seen at the end of the more than three-minute video — which offers an intimate look into their relationship — tearing up while holding a red ring box in her hand.
“Ay, Dios mío,” she says in Spanish, which means “Oh, my God,” as she wipes away a tear and points out that her mascara is running.
Her large diamond engagement ring is also visible in the shot.
Rosalía then turns to Alejandro, 30, who is off-camera, and tells him, “Te amo,” in Spanish, which translates to “I love you” in English.
“Beso” is a track off of the couple’s joint EP, “RR,” which also includes two additional songs, “Vampiros” and “Promesa.”
The singers wrote in a joint statement on Instagram Friday, “RR is out finally after more than 3 years together here are these three songs made with all of the love in the world. We hope you enjoy this little piece of us.”
They have not commented further on their engagement.
Rumors of Rosalía and Alejandro dating first began in 2021, and the “Con Altura” songstress and Reggaeton artist seemingly confirmed their romance in August of that year by going out on a date night in Los Angeles.
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One month later, Rosalía posted a TikTok video of her and her then-boyfriend, in which they formed a heart shape with their arms.
The couple then made their red carpet debut at the Los40 Music Awards in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Although they typically keep details of their of their romance private, the pair has hinted given glimpses of their love for one another in interviews.
Alejandro told Rolling Stone in January 2022 that Rosalía “inspires” him.
“She can be my muse, but she inspires me in different ways,” the Puerto Rican singer said at the time.
Then in December of that same year, Rosalía told the same magazine that she celebrated her Latin Grammy wins with Alejandro, stating, “I hugged the two people I love the most in this life, because they also know how much I had to fight to finish this album.”