Lana Del Rey's Fiancé Clayton Johnson Shares First Photo Together: 'Happy Birthday to Me'
A source confirmed to PEOPLE in December that Lana Del Rey was engaged to singer Clayton Johnson
The singers share a sweet smooch in a mirror selfie posted late Thursday night by Clayton, which showed him from the back as Del Rey, 35, snapped the photo.
Clayton seemed to be celebrating turning 32 with the post, which he captioned, "Happy birthday to me."
The Grammy nominee recently got engaged to Johnson, a source confirmed to PEOPLE exclusively in December.
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That same month, the Paradise singer performed "Love You Like A Woman" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon — and fans were abuzz on Twitter about the massive rock on her ring finger.
"Y'all see that?" tweeted one fan with a closeup of the ring.
"Lana is caught with a ring on her ring finger AGAIN," added another fan with a screengrab from her then-most-recent Instagram post.
"The ring on her finger? Is she engaged? 👀," wrote a third fan with a different screengrab the previous month.
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Johnson has shared several photos and videos alongside the songstress — and fans first noticed that the "California" singer followed Johnson on Instagram in August, when he left a thirsty comment on one of her posts.
"I wish I was that card," Johnson commented. (The clip showed Del Rey playing in a game show where she nearly kissed a man while holding a playing card in her mouth.)
The news of their engagement came months after Del Rey split from police officer Sean "Sticks" Larkin. In March, he revealed that the two were "just friends" in a New York Times profile.