Former Disney star Bella Thorne shared an Instagram post on Wednesday that got her fans excited.
The Shake It Up actress was seen in three new stills where she wore a white lace wedding veil as the beauty wrote in her caption, “Such a Happy Girl”.
The star – who was born Annabella Avery Thorne – appeared to suggest that she was married or was going to marry her one-year-old boyfriend, Benjamin Mascolo.
Fans have gone mad: Former Disney star Bella Thorne shared an Instagram post on Wednesday that made her fans gush
Not only was she wearing a fancy white veil, but her wedding finger appeared to be a diamond engagement ring that was next to a large emerald ring.
His new images have sparked many reactions.
Her friend Paris Hilton shared a love eyed emoji and clicked like but did not comment.
Novaampliacao asked, ‘You want to marry me a beautiful bride ???’ while Bellaxoxodaya, asked, ‘Marry ME.’
The link has brought over 20 million Instagram followers to his OnlyFans account, which fans need a subscription to view.
Wedding bells? The Shake It Up actress was seen in three new stills where she wore a white lace wedding veil as the beauty wrote in her caption, “Such a Happy Girl”
The former Disney Channel star looks serious with her handsome Mascolo.
On Tuesday, she was seen having dinner with the Italian artist in West Hollywood.
The 22-year-old paired the top with a matching black ruffle mini skirt, which showcased her toned legs in a pair of black leather platform combat boots.
She finished the set with a black ‘vote’ face mask, a Chanel chunky pearl choker, a matching handbag, a white Clinch Belts belt with a gold buckle and bling diamonds on her wrists and fingers. .
Mrs. Mascolo? The star – who was born Annabella Avery Thorne – appeared to suggest she was married or was going to marry her one-year-old boyfriend, Benjamin Mascolo
Bella held hands with Benjamin, 27, who sported an equally rosy look, as they arrived at Craig’s celebrity favorite hot spot.
Previously, she took advantage of her Instagram story to show off a bouquet of roses he bought her, writing: “My boyfriend is perfect perfect perfect.”
The actress gushed to her 23.8 million followers: “Come on. I mean … Come on, boyfriend, the amazing number one. Come on! I mean, just gorgeous. Gorgeous! ‘
She also took to her profile with a behind-the-scenes photo from her Stupid F *** ing B **** music video, showing her in a white bikini and matching pearls, looking into a poolside monitor.
It’s love, love, love: Bella held hands with Benjamin, 27, who sported an equally rosy look, as they arrived at Craig’s celebrity favorite hot spot (pictured this summer )
Bella teased the video for her new single the night before on Instagram, writing: “STUPID F *** ING B **** about to drop this on my ONLY fans !!! Link in bio BE THE FIRST TO HEAR AND TO SEE ‘
She launched her OnlyFans last month, charging $ 20 per month, $ 51 for a three-month membership, or $ 102 for six months.
The Assassination Nation actress was reportedly the first content creator on the platform to earn $ 1 million in its first 24 hours, after briefly crashing the site.
She told the Los Angeles Times that she made $ 2 million the first week and that she “puts the profits into her production company and into charity.”
Entrepreneurship: She launched her OnlyFans last month, charging $ 20 per month, $ 51 for a three-month membership, or $ 102 for six months
Although the site is primarily aimed at adult artists to monetize their work, Thorne tweeted: ‘Also nooooo I don’t do nudity !!!’
But it quickly sparked controversy, when it charged $ 200 for nude photos, which weren’t actually nude, prompting many users to complain and ask for refunds.
The site subsequently implemented unwanted changes, such as capping payments at $ 50 for pay-per-view posts, as well as a suspension that would force some international users to wait 30 days for their payment.
Many sex workers who depend on the platform for a living have criticized Bella for making their jobs harder.
She then apologized Twitter, writing: “I wanted to bring attention to the site, the more people there are on the site, the more likely it is to normalize the stigma, and in trying to do that I hurt you.
Money mama: She told the Los Angeles Times that she made $ 2 million in the first week and that she was “putting the proceeds into her production company and into charity.” Seen in February