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Bobbi Kristina a newlywed?

Published 10/01/2014

Bobbi Kristina
Bobbi Kristina

Bobbi Kristina has posted a picture on Twitter which claims she is “happily married”.

The 20-year-old daughter of Bobby Brown and late singer Whitney Houston posted a picture on Twitter which sees two hands with wedding rings resting on each other.

And Bobbi seemed overjoyed to announce she has tied the knot with long-time love Nick Gordon.

“@nickgordon #HappilyMarried So #Inlove if you didn't get it the first time that is," Bobbi wrote on Thursday.

Nearly an hour after her initial post, Bobbi took to tweeting about her joy over being a newlywed for a second time.

She promised fans that many great things are to come, seemingly referring to her union.

“@nickdgordon iloveubaby bouts change the world,#GETREADY!” she wrote, attaching a picture of herself showing off her wedding ring.

Reports surfaced in 2012 that Nick had proposed and Bobbi took to the micro-blogging site several times before referring to him as her “fiancé”.

The romantic relationship sparked criticism as Nick was raised by Whitney, who is said to have called him her “son”.

TMZ photographers asked Bobbi’s father Bobby last year whether or not he was excited about his daughter getting married, and he replied, “I’m not.”

He told the outlet that Nick didn’t formally ask for his daughter’s hand in marriage.

Ultimately Bobby is rooting for Bobbi Kristina’s welfare and wishes her the best.

“I just want her to be happy,” he said.

Bobby and Bobbi Kristina have been estranged for several years now.

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