LADY Gaga shared a photo of the birthday roses she received from her boyfriend Michael Polansky.
The 35-year-old singer gushed "I can't wait to be home with you and our dogs."
On Sunday, the A Star Is Born actress shared a photo of the gorgeous white roses Michael sent her to celebrate her birthday.
While dressed in comfortable pink sweatpants and a matching sweater, Gaga embraced the large bouquet of flowers that were placed on a table.
She praised her boyfriend in the caption, which read: "When your bf sends you all the flowers in Rome for your birthday. I love you honey 💕 I can’t wait to be home with you and our dogs, that’s all I need."
The singer went Instagram official with Michael in February 2020.
She introduced her fans to her love by sharing a snap of the pair cuddling, which she captioned: "We had so much fun in Miami. Love to all my little monsters and fans, you’re the best! ❤️"
Gaga is currently in Rome filming the true crime drama House of Gucci.
The sweet gesture from Michael comes just weeks after the singer's beloved pooches, Gustav and Koji, were nabbed by armed thieves from the her dog walker Ryan Fischler.
Ryan was shot in the chest during a violent dognapping in LA when he heroically tried to save Koji and Gustav.
Her beloved pets were found tied to a pole two days after the incident by a woman who is believed to be unrelated to the crime.
According to People, Gaga was "very emotional and grateful" once the pups were found safe and she learned that Ryan "was doing okay."
"[When] she got the terrible news from Los Angeles, she was extremely upset," a source told the outlet.
"She was worried about her friend and her dogs. It was a terrible start to her Italian work trip."
Gaga offered a $500,000 reward for the person who found her pups, while reports claim that she is ready to pay up to the woman who returned them.
Police are reportedly still looking for the person who attacked Ryan.
The dog walker took a bullet to the chest while trying to fend off the dog-nappers and was taken to the hospital in "grave" condition.
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