If you weren’t already in love with Jordan Fisher and Ellie Woods‘ adorable relationship, prepare to ship the couple, and hard. ICYMI, the former Disney star announced that he was engaged to his long time girlfriend on May 29, 2019. And now, he just explained to Us Weekly how he knows for sure that she’s his soulmate, and our hearts are seriously bursting.

It turns out, the lovebirds have actually been close since they were kids, so she truly knows and understands every aspect of his life.

“We’ve been best friends for over a decade before we started dating, and so there was a pretty easy transition into going into dating, and then it didn’t take any time at all for me to know she was my person,” the actor, who was recently cast as John Ambrose in the sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, told the outlet at the FYC event for Fox’s Rent: Live in Los Angeles on Sunday, June 2. “Ellie’s amazing. We grew up in a theater conservatory together, so she knows and respects and loves art and loves what I do and has been part of my career and my journey since the beginning.”

Wow, their love story is seriously so magical.

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“She’s a perfect partner for me,” he continued. “We’re in each other’s corner and we’re here for each other in very different fields. It’s so awesome. She’s wonderful.”

Aww, find us a relationship like theirs please! As for the proposal, the 25-year-old said it “went exactly the way that I wanted it to.”

“I fell in love with her in Sandestin, Florida, in Panhandle,” he continued to the magazine. “So, she grew up going there for every vacation — her family has a little vacation spot down there — and so that was our first getaway. That was our first vacation together, right when we started dating, and that’s when I knew then, ‘I’m going to propose to her here. This is the woman I want to be with, and I’m going to propose to her here.’”

We are seriously so happy for the couple.

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