Wilmer Valderrama, Demi Lovato

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In case you needed any more reason to be jealous of Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama's relationship...

The former That '70s Show star referred to his ladylove as his "f--king soulmate" in a funny text conversation with the singer, which was shared with fans on her Instagram.

Screenshotting and then posting a picture of their messages to each other (so we know it's real), Demi Instagrammed a snapshot of a funny moment that happened a few hours ago.

The convo shows Demi texting Wilmer with, "OMG THAT'S WHAT I SAID," to which he responded with, "LOLOLOL MY F--KING SOULMATE!!!!!"

She wrote back, "RELATIONSHIP GOALLSSSSSS AS F-----------KKKKK."

Well, we can't argue that, but WHAT DID HE SAY THAT YOU WERE GONNA SAY, DEMI?! Ugh, the suspense.

When you a bae say the same thing at the same time.... ??????

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It's no surprise that these two lovebirds are the friggin' cutest.

In fact, when Lovato called into a New Zealand radio station recently and was asked if she hoped to marry her beau soon, Lovato was as honest as ever. 

"I am very, very in love with him. I think—we will probably wait a little bit longer, but—if he asked tomorrow I would say yes," Lovato said. 

The gorgeous brunette also confessed that at the beginning of their courtship they did get some grief for the 12-year age difference. 

"I used to, definitely, whenever we were first starting to date about like five years ago, because I was 18 and he was 30, so people were definitely judgmental and even like my parents were kind of like, 'I don't know why someone his age is wanting to date someone so young.' After a while, everyone started to see that what we have is real and incredible and very special and we have been together ever since."

Duh, because they're f--king soulmates, people.

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