Rumors have been swirling for months about the state of the union of Bobbi Kristina Brown, 19, and her boyfriend / kinda-sorta adopted brother, Nick Gordon, 22, who was taken in and informally adopted by Bobbi Kristina's late mom, Whitney Houston, when he was 12 years old and his father got into trouble with the law.

Now it appears that, despite previous denials on the part of Bobbi Kristina, she and Gordon are actually engaged. Bobbi Kristina revealed the news during one trailer for the upcoming Lifetime reality series about how the Houston family is coping since Whitney's death, called, The Houstons: On Our Own. "We're engaged," she nervously told the world, following up by revealing that she doesn't like to be "without him."

While one bit of the promo for the new Lifetime show reveals Bobbi Kristina defending her relationship with Gordon, some people in the family aren't too happy about it, including Bobbi Kristina's Uncle Gary, who is shown telling Gordon, "No one knew that, from a Godson, you would turn into a boyfriend. No one knew that."

Aunt Patricia Houston, manager and executor of Whitney's estate, calls the news of engagement "unacceptable," reports USA Today.

The Houstons: On Our Own, featuring Bobbi Kristina, Gary, Patricia and matriarch Cissy Houston, premieres on Lifetime on October 24.

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