12/18/2013 08:49 EST | Updated 01/23/2014 01:38 EST

Pippa Middleton Engaged To Boyfriend Nico Jackson: Report (PHOTOS)

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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - SEPTEMBER 21: In this handout image provided by the Boodles Boxing Ball Committee, Pippa Middleton and Nico Jackson pose at the Boodles Boxing Ball 2013 on September 21, 2013 at the Grosvenor House in London,England. (Photo by Dominic O'Neill/Boodles Boxing Ball Committee via Getty Images)

We'll be seeing Pippa Middleton rock a white dress again soon because the Duchess of Cambridge's sister is going to be taking a trip down the aisle come 2014 according to reports.

Update: The Daily Mail reports that Pippa is not engaged, according to a source who says the couple are busy traveling around the world.

Kate Middleton's younger sis reportedly got engaged to boyfriend Nico Jackson in early December during a trip to India's Oberoi Amarvilas, according to Us Weekly.

The couple, who have been together for about 15 months, dodged engagement rumours back in August when a friend of the twosome told Hello! magazine that, "an engagement is definitely on the cards."

While we don't know the specific details on how Jackson (a millionaire stockbroker who works at a bank in London) popped the question, a source told Us Weekly that, "it was exactly how he planned it. Very romantic and grand."

The jet-setting couple have been inseparable since they started dating and have been spotted engaging in serious PDA all over London including a night spent clubbing at LouLou's Members Club in London in April and hobnobbing with royals at the Boodles Boxing Ball in September.

But what we really want to know is: Will Pippa wear an Alexander McQueen dress that shows off her derriere? And will sister Kate be her matron of honour?

We can't wait for the wedding!

See the couple's best moments:

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