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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Houston's daughter 'gets married'

Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina has got married, according to reports

Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina has apparently married her fiance Nick Gordon.

Bobbi, 20 - whose dad is RnB singer Bobby Brown - confirmed the news on Twitter.

She posted a picture of the couple's entwined hands, sporting wedding rings, and captioned it: "#HappilyMarried So #Inlove if you didn't get it the first time that is."

The couple have been friends for several years as late star Whitney had been caring for Nick since he was a child.

They announced their engagement in October 2012, during Bobbi's family's short-lived reality series The Houstons: On Our Own, but she was later forced to defend their romance.

She wrote on Facebook: "I'm tired of hearing people say 'Eww you're engaged to your brother' or 'If Whitney was still alive would we be together' or 'Would she approve of this?'.

"Let me clear up something, we aren't even real brother and sister nor is he my adoptive brother. My mom never adopted him.

"In fact, mommy was the one who even said she knew that we were going to start dating."

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