Rita Ora’s fiance sparks rumours they’ve secretly married as he wears ‘wedding ring’ in new snap

Rita Ora’s fiance Taika Waititi has sparked rumours they couple have married after the filmmaker was seen wearing what appeared to be a wedding band.

Taika, 46, was seen wearing a piece of jewellery on his left finger while lapping up the rays and having a drink, in a picture snapped by Rita’s sister Elena, rita-oras-fiance-sparks-rumours-theyve-secretly-married-as/”>The Sun reports.

Ora started dating the Thor: Ragnarok director Taika 18 months ago.

She opted to share the photo too, but decided to cover Waititi’s ring finger with a caption that read: “Perfect day for a bev @avaline Thank you @camerondiaz.”

Taika could be seen sporting a white patterned shirt and white sunglasses as he lapped up the sun and poured a glass of wine.

The ring snap follows reports that Ora and Waititi are preparing a low-key ceremony before a glitzy celebration later in the summer.

A pal told The Sun that: “This isn’t about them doing a big showy thing and crowing about it beforehand. It’s just about them being in love and deciding the time is right to formalise their relationship.

“They couldn’t be happier.”

The pair moved back to the UK and into a very impressive London mansion.

Ora has spent much of the past two years in Los Angeles and Australia and wore a black sports top and overcoat in snaps as she lugged bottles of water, while New Zealander Waititi was in a denim jacket, baseball cap and shades.

They later held hands while strolling to a pub near the North London property Ora bought for £8 million (A$11.5 million) last year.

An onlooker said: “It’s unusual to see Rita in the neighbourhood these days – she bought the house but left the country almost immediately afterwards and has barely spent any time there.

“But they were shopping for things and loading bits in and it’s obvious this is going to be where they call home, at least for a while.

“They’re a very jetsetting couple, and have homes all over the place, but it felt as though this was quite a permanent move watching their behaviour.”

This article originally appeared on The Sun and was republished with permission

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