Britney Spears is currently on cloud nine after being proposed to by longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari, adding that she still can't believe he popped the question.
According to the Princess of Pop, she was shocked but it was "way overdue." However, despite the long wait, Britney claims it was "worth the wait."
The 39-year-old shared a picture of her fiancé during his appearance on Men's Health magazine, letting the world know that he is hers and that she feels "so blessed it's insane."
READY TO BE A FAMILY MAN
The couple has been dating for 5 years and, according to a source close to Asghari, he is ready to settle down and take their relationship to the next level.
Aside from wishing to take his career to new heights, the actor is allegedly ready to become a father and has previously expressed that wish during an interview with Forbes.
Britney and Asghari have been quite private when it comes to their relationship, not even sharing too much with people they care about and are close to.
The 27-year-old actor has been by her side through several ups and downs, serving as her rock when nobody else was there for her, particularly during the drama involving her father.
A NEW BEGINING
It was recently reported that Jamie Spears, who has been in charge of the musician's finances, health-related issues, career and, overall, life, has petitioned to step down as her conservator.
He is working on finding a lawyer to help set up a prenuptial agreement.
Britney has been under the court-orderer arrangement for nearly 15 years as requested by her father back in 2008 following a public meltdown.
Although she kept performing and going on tour during that time, having earned millions and millions of dollars in the process, the singer didn't have full access to her earnings.
Britney even went as far as requesting a judge to remove her father from her conservatorship, and expressing her wish to press charges against him for "conservatorship abuse."
JUST A PRECAUTION
Though Jamie agreed to step down as conservator, he did not provide a timetable for his resignation, but he guaranteed full cooperation with the court during the transition.