Noah Cyrus disclosed that she and her fiancé Pinkus got engaged secretly earlier this month.
The 23-year-old “July” singer confirmed the good news on Instagram on Monday, claiming she has “never felt more loved or in love.”
“The greatest moment of my entire life was saying ‘yes’ to spending the rest of ours together,” she captioned a photo carousel.
“This past month of being your fiancé and being in our own little world of just us two has been so perfect and I wish I could never leave this time.”
She went on to describe the “selfless” apparel designer as “the least judgmental human being I’ve ever met,” as well as “the most talented, the most loyal, [and] the kindest person.”
“I now know the feeling of forever not being long enough,” she said. I’m so excited to spend this life with you, our life so far is a life I never thought I deserved or would live.
I never thought I’d be looking forward to living as much as I look forward to living with you … I would say ‘yes’ to you every day for the rest of my life.”
Pinkus teased their engagement the day before by sharing a photo of Cyrus walking the runway for Marine Serre with the caption, “proudest fiancé.”
While it’s unclear how long the couple has been dating, they made their relationship public in April.
“For once … my happiness is leaking into my music … thank you,” she captioned a TikTok of the pair kissing as her single with Vance Joy — “Everybody Needs Someone” — played in the background.
A few days later, she shared another video of the couple cuddling close to one another underneath a waterfall.
“Take my love, if you can love me that’s enough,” Miley Cyrus’ younger sister captioned the touching video.
Before her relationship with Pinkus, she was linked to several other musicians, including Lil Xan, Smokepurpp, and even Demi Lovato.
Nonetheless, she claimed last year that one of her previous relationships put her in a “dark, bottomless pit” and hooked to Xanax.
The “Again” singer claims she was offered the substance when she was 18 to help her and her then-partner “bond.”
“I think I wanted to fit in with him. I wanted to be what he wanted and what he thought was cool and what I thought everybody was doing,” she told Rolling Stone.
“Once I felt that it was possible to silence things out for a second and numb your pain, it was over,” she continued, claiming that it got so bad that she would sleep until 8 p.m. and fall asleep during the middle of interviews.
The artist then entered rehab in 2020 and has been living life one step at a time since.
“I wake up in the mornings, and I’m able to look in a mirror and go on about my day without hating myself,” she told the outlet. “I’m able to comfort myself and nurture myself.”