Did Bobbi Kristina get married?

    Did those matching Whitney Houston tattoos mean more to Bobbi Kristina and beau Nick Gordon than just a celebration of Whitney’s birthday?

    The young lovers, whose once sibling-like relationship transformed into something romantic, have reportedly wed in a secret ceremony, according to The National Enquirer.

    “The commitment ceremony took place in early August,” an insider told the Enquirer. “Both got matching wrist tattoos of Whitney’s initials surrounded by doves to commemorate the ceremony.”

    After the untimely death of Whitney, Bobbi and Nick’s relationship grew into a young love, reportedly to the disdain of Cissy Houston. However, that hasn’t kept Bobbi and Nick from attending events together and chronicling their relationship via Twitter.

    “Bobbi told them, ‘It’s time to plan the rest of my life and whether you like it or not, that will definitely include Nick!’” said the source, who doesn’t believe Nick signed a prenuptial agreement.

    “She’s crazy in love and trusts Nick completely,” the anonymous source said.

    Bobbi didn’t attend the recent wedding of her father, Bobby Brown, and it’s doubtful her mother’s side of the family will watch as she exchanges vows with Nick in a more “official” ceremony planned soon.

    “She wants her marriage to be a memorial to her mother and plans to have a private ceremony in the New Jersey home where she grew up with her mom and dad and loved to hang out with her family,” the source said. “Then the couple will honeymoon on St. Bart’s—one of Whitney’s favorite vacation spots.”

    Check out the ring Nick bought for Bobbi. She wrote: "urthee best boo ! I loveyou , thank youuu."

    —Tracy L. Scott

     

    Do you think Bobbi should have had Nick sign a prenup? Leave your comments below.

     

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