Bobbi Kristina Brown and Nick Gordon enjoy romantic stroll ahead of their reality show premiere
Bobbi Kristina Brown and Nick Gordon appeared closer than ever as they walked hand-in-hand around New York City.
The two enjoyed a romantic stroll on Tuesday, hours after the premiere party for the Lifetime reality series The Houstons: On Our Own, about the lives of Whitney Houston’s family members.
Bobbi Kristina Brown was pictured smiling as she left her hotel with her brother-turned-lover Nick Gordon yesterday for their afternoon stroll.
Dressed in jeans, a black tank top, a matching leather jacket and boots, the 19-year-old appeared delighted to be spending time with her significant other.
A preview clip from the series released exclusively to E!Online earlier this month allegedly confirmed that she is in fact engaged to Nick Gordon.
According to reports on E!Online, Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of late singer Whitney Houston, shocks her family when she tells them of her plans to wed Nick Gordon.
The website claims that Bobbi Kristina Brown announces the news as she laughs, saying: “We’re engaged!”
Bobbi Kristina Brown arrived on Nick Gordon’s arm on Monday night at the premiere party for the series in New York.
She was even photographed spinning around for the cameras, clearly at ease in the limelight, and flaunting her huge “engagement ring”.
In another teaser trailer for the series, the family members of the Houston clan are seen worrying over Bobbi Kristina Brown’s relationship with Nick Gordon.
During the clip Gary Houston, Whitney’s brother, appears to disapprove of their bond, as he has a heated discussion with Nick Gordon.
Gary Houston says: “No one knew that from a godson you would turn into a boyfriend. No one knew that.”
With the 22-year-old stating: “The family has me out to be a bad person.”
And determined to make her family accept her blossoming romance, Bobbi Kristina Brown firmly asserts: “They want to see us fail. We won’t.”
Bobbi Kristina Brown and Nick Gordon lived together as siblings for more than a decade before Whitney Houston’s death in February, with Nick considered to be the superstar’s unofficial adopted son.