Bishop TD Jakes' daughter Sarah has announced her engagement to Pastor Touré Roberts.
The pair are reportedly set to marry later this month but they've been tightlipped about the exact details of their wedding since making their engagement public.
They are both divorcees but are looking forward to building a new future together and according to Smooth R&B 105.7, they hit it off while Jakes was promoting her book "Lost and Found: Finding hope in the detours of life".
The book is an honest account of how she became a teen mother at the age of just 14 and went on to experience the breakdown of her marriage to NFL player Robert Henson after four years.
The engagement was announced at a special service at the church led by Pastor Roberts, One Church International in LA.
Roberts is a father-of-three and Jakes said their children "instantly clicked" with each other.
She added: "Every disagreement that we've had, we've always come out on the other side with a better understanding of how to love one another, and how to communicate more effectively with one another."
An engagement had been hinted at before the official announcement, with Pastor Roberts sharing a picture of the pair in a tender embrace on his Instagram.
Since the announcement, Jakes has also been on Instagram sharing with her followers how she came to find healing and real love once again.
"Fairy tales don't exist but real love does and when it comes it'll be better than any love you've ever envied," she wrote.
The truth is I didn't believe fairy tales existed. I thought they were reserved for the virgins and girls who did all the right things. I've been hurt, perhaps even broken down, and I just didn't think that angelic love was within reach. Instead I found pockets of happiness with other people searching for repair on hearts that were out of commission. Misery loves company and I needed a distraction from my wounds. I couldn't help but to believe so I poured hope into misery and concocted a poison so lethal I almost lost myself. Then I stopped mixing all of my insecurities with my dreams and let life just be. The moment I let go I understood that you can't learn to soar without a few collisions. No one just takes off without turbulence. So I dared to admit that I still believed my wings had purpose. I wasn't sure how high I would go or what falls may be in my future, but I tried. Somewhere in the air I caught the wind of a soaring eagle. He taught me to trust my healing and to no longer be afraid of believing. Fairy tales don't exist, but real love does and when it comes it'll be better than any love you've ever envied.