This is another royal couple who are a likely bet for the altar.Pierre, the nephew of Prince Albert of Monaco, seems more in love with Italian society beauty Beatrice with every passing year.When Justin Bieber stopped by Radio 1 for an interview with Nick Grimshaw, we weren't quite expecting the pair to jump into bed with one another. Biebs stopped by to talk about his upcoming album 'Purpose' which is released next month. OK, so it was a fun bed-hop for a photo opportunity, but it's still a photo none of us thought we'd ever see!Adele and Simon Konecki The 26-year-old songbird ultra-private about her personal life.What's clear is that she's happier than ever since becoming a mother to the couple's son Angelo, born October 2012.Johnny Depp and Amber Heard The screen idol confirmed their engagement in a typically off-the-wall fashion, stepping out wearing the diamond sparkler he'd given his 28-year-old fiancée. "I would be better at making women's shoes than I would be at wedding planning," the 50-year-old explained. I'm really bad at that stuff." Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman Life got even sweeter for the man who has everything this year when his partner Lauren gave birth to their son Eric, named after his father.It's been reported that charity boss Simon, 40, wants to tie the knot before they have another child.
The best thing about their close encounter is the fact neither have said anything about it other than Grimmy casually posting it on Instagram with the comment 'Friday'.
The Radio 1 interview goes out next Tuesday, and we're sure all will be explained and talked about then.
That said, we do like the idea of celebs bunking up together and snapping photos of it, so now we're left wondering who could be next...
Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo Check out the rock solid body language.
Peter says: "The plan is to finish this section of her career – then get used to calling her Dr Emily Mac".
The nuptials will be worth the wait, featuring two ceremonies, a traditional English affair and and a Greek one to respect his heritage.