Are those wedding bells we hear? Lena Dunham and longtime boyfriend Jack Antonoff may be tying the knot in the near future. The couple vowed not to wed until Dunham's lesbian sister, Grace, was legally allowed to do so. Friday the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality in all 50 states, prompting an outpouring of excitement and support from various celebrities, including Dunham and Antonoff.

The "Girls" writer and her "life partner" each celebrated the decision on Twitter, calling it a "victory" against inequality. Amid all the excitement it seems Dunham recalled the vow she and Antonoff took. The 26-year-old sent a not-so-subtle nudge to her beau, urging him to prepare to pop the question. The Fun. guitarist did not respond but favorited the tweet. 

Dunham came to the decision to put off marriage in October 2014. During an interview with Howard Stern, the young actress said neither she nor Antonoff were "against marriage" but rather didn't feel comfortable partaking in something her sister "can't do." Dunham has always been a champion of the rights of both women and members of the LGBTQ community, aligning herself with causes dedicated to seeking equality for both.

According to Us Weekly she has been dating Antonoff since September 2012. At the time, sources said the pair were “trying to keep it a secret.” Unfortunately for them it wasn’t long before the story got out. Several months later, the 31-year-old musician told New York Magazine he met Dunham on a “blind date” of sorts, saying, “I mean, I used the Internet.”