Is it wedding bells for Lena Dunham? Her latest tweet says yes

It's been a huge day in American history, with the US Supreme Court ruling that states can no longer ban same sex-marriage. In effect, gay marriage has now been legalised all over the US, something LGBT campaigners have fought for for years.

One person who is definitely excited about the good news is Girls creator and star Lena Dunham.

Although she is not in a same-sex relationship, the actress has spoken out openly in support of marriage equality many times, and even famously said that she and her boyfriend Jack Antonoff would not wed until it was legal for everyone else to do the same.

"The idea of having a celebration that can't be fully shared among all the people in my life and all the people that we love just doesn't really feel like a celebration at all," she explained on The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier this year. 

And after today's landmark ruling, it seems the actress doesn't want to wait a minute longer to tie the knot:

Subtle as a brick, Lena.

The actress also took the opportunity to tell her fellow citizens not to stand down in their fight for equality in all parts of life. "Let's use this victory as a reminder to keep pushing for equality on every frontier. We have the power!" she wrote.

The issue of LGBT marriage is one that's close to home for Lena, as her younger sister Grace came out at the age of 17. Lena described the moment as a "huge turning point for me in my understanding of the issues facing LGBTQ people."

We bet there will be celebrations in the Dunham house this evening!