Bar Refaeli is enjoying her status as a newly engaged and is no doubt looking forward to getting married. But the 29-year-old model is also thinking further ahead to her life after the wedding ceremony and reception.
In a sweet romantic snap posted on Instagram, Bar was pictured giggling away and embracing her fiancé Adi Ezra, while he cosied up to her and whispered something in her ear.
"Forever is a long time," Bar captioned it. "Make sure you spend it with someone who makes you laugh."
Bar Refaeli has previously said: "I've basically been ready to be a mother since I was 22"
Despite being surrounded by a crowd of partygoers, the heart-warming picture showed Bar and Adi lost in a world of their own, and also gave fans a glimpse of the model's engagement ring on her left hand.
The Israeli beauty and her businessman love are said to have got engaged in March, while the couple were holidaying in the Caribbean.
Bar and Adi, who met in 2014 through mutual friends, were enjoying a romantic getaway when the 40-year-old decided to pop the question. The emotional bride-to-be immediately said "yes", sources told Israel Hayom.
Speaking to the same newspaper a few months before the proposal, Bar had revealed that she was "in a happy relationship" and that they "loved each other very much".
The blonde stunner isn't shy about showing her affection for her other half online. Bar often shares photos of the couple kissing or embracing, and one recent photo taken earlier this month showed Bar and Adi relaxing on a boat.
"And at the end, the love we take, is equal to the love we make," she captioned it.
The couple met through mutual friends in 2014
Shortly after she got engaged, the TV host uploaded a sweet snap on Instagram of a photo frame that held a picture of her and Adi kissing, which stood next to a small vase of roses. "Love," she simply wrote alongside it.
It's early days but Bar has admitted in the past that she wants a family.
"I've basically been ready to be a mother since I was 22," she told Israel Hayom. "I've had names picked out in my head for kids for the last eight years."