We're so happy to see Billie Lourd and Taylor Lautner are still going strong – especially if they're gonna keep bringing us this adorableness!
The Scream Queens costars-turned-lovers took a trip to the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve on Monday, and it looks like the getaway was nothing short of magical!
The 25-year-old shared a sweet photo on Instagram (above), with the caption:
Related: Highlights From Debbie Reynolds & Carrie Fisher's Public Memorial Service
The 24-year-old daughter of the late Carrie Fisher had a pun of her own, as she posted:
Oh em gee!!!
Why is it that small versions of big things are always so impossicute??
At Chester Zoo in England a brand new baby Dik-dik Antelope was born!
She is seriously the cutest little thing ever ever ever!!
The newborn is so tiny and Bambi-looking we're losing our minds.
This little cutie could ask us to do anything and we'd have to do it because we're hypnotized by the cuteness.
Thankfully this little baby just wants to be bottle fed and hugged!
A zoo keeper said:
"Our little one is growing stronger and stronger by the day and, all being well, it shouldn’t be too long until she'll be able to really hold her own. For the time being though her feed times are staggered through the day and she has her first bottle in my living room at home at around 7am. I then pop her into the car and bring her to work where she has another three feeds in my office. Finally, her last one is at 10pm back at my house. She’s already pretty quick on her feet and gives us quite the run around in the office. That’s why we’ve called here Aluna which means ‘come here’ in Swahili. It’s rather apt!"
Ha! That's a cute and fitting name!
She's so precious we don't know what to do.
We guess we'll stare at all the extra pics (below)!
[Image via Chester Zoo.]
Visitors of Disney's Animal Kingdom will get a surprise when they tour the Kilimanjaro Safaris area…
The resort has added springboks to its park, six adult females and one male calf.
The springbok is the national symbol of South Africa and the word comes from Afrikaans and Dutch, meaning "to jump" (spring) and "antelope or goat" (bok).
We're sure these springboks will have everyone sprung on their cuteness! LOLz!