CNN Anchor Don Lemon's Fiancé Shares a Sweet Throwback Family Photo — See Fan Reactions
CNN Anchor Don Lemon and his fiancé look adorable in a throwback shared to Instagram. Check out the sweet photo now.
CNN Anchor Don Lemon and his fiancé Tim Malone have an adorable family complete with their lovable dogs, and fans can't get enough of them.
The couple who have been engaged since April last year often share pictures together with their furbabies that include Boomer and Barkley.
Recently, the real estate agent shared a touching photo of the couple and their dogs and their fans love the picture, with one calling them goals.
Others commented on how beautiful the family is, writing that they looked happy together. Another wrote:
"What a good looking family! Human and 4-leggers alike."
The photo was taken when they had gone to the premiere of "Power Book II: Ghost" and showed them with their two dogs as well as a friend's puppy.
Malone and Lemon have been together since 2016, after meeting in a bar in New York and ended up instantly connecting.
The news anchor announced the news revealing that Malone had proposed with dog tags.
Lemon also publically confirmed the relationship when he kissed Malone during a live screening of "CNN NYC" in 2017.
Likewise, the news anchor announced his engagement, revealing that Malone had proposed with dog tags written, "daddy will you marry papa?" However, they have said that they are not in a hurry to tie the knot. Lemon said:
"I'm just trying to enjoy this moment of bliss. And then, whenever we get married, we get married. The advice I get from most people is: Don't become obsessed with the ceremony or wedding planning."
While Malone may have started in the media industry, his job as a real estate agent has come in handy for the couple.
Earlier this year, Lemon decided to put his apartment in Harlem for sale, and he has entrusted his fiance to sell the luxurious home.
The two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment features a chef's kitchen with sweeping views of downtown Manhattan, all for an asking price of $1.7 million.