BESOTTED Rita Ora is poised for a festive engagement after agreeing to spend Christmas in Australia with her boyfriend.
Pals say Rita, 31, and film-maker Taika Waititi, 46, have been inseparable since being introduced in March and suspect that he may “pop the question soon”.
They have set up home in LA and will be together over Christmas in Oz before she joins The Voice Australia as a coach next month.
New Zealand-born Taika, who was previously married, has even been to London to meet Rita’s parents who gave him their approval.
Rita, who has had a chequered love life but never been engaged, says she needs a man who can “handle” her.
A source close to the singer said: “Rita and Taika are head over heels.
“From what she says, he’s ‘the one’ for her. None of her mates would be surprised if he popped the question soon.
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“Some people might see that as quite quick but they’ve barely spent a day apart since they got together.
“She always throws herself in head first, but this feels like a healthy, adult relationship. Taika’s mature and understands the fame game.
“He’s a grounding presence but still lots of fun so he can keep up with her.”
Taika has two daughters with film producer Chelsea Winstanley, 45, his ex wife.
They divorced in 2018.
Rita split with filmmaker Romain Gavras, 40, at the start of this year.
She previously dated DJ Calvin Harris, 37, actor Andrew Garfield, 38, and singer Bruno Mars, 36.
Reflecting on her love life recently, she said: “I always jump in 100 percent or nothing at all. I just think the right person is going to be able to handle that.”
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