News: Amber Rose & Wiz Khalifa Make Big Move, Inch Closer To Wedding Date
Wednesday, Jul 3, 2013 10:25AM
Hip-hop couple Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa are reportedly on the verge of tying the knot after being spotted at a Los Angeles courthouse this week.
According to reports, the couple could be getting married within the next three months.
The countdown to the wedding IS ON ... 'cause TMZ spies confirm Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose were both at the marriage license kiosk at an L.A. courthouse today. If all is as appears, the couple has 90 days to get hitched before the marriage license expires. Amber -- who just gave birth to the couple's first son -- has been calling Wiz her "husband" for months ... but unofficially. The two have been discussing marriage for a while, but have yet to reveal exactly when and where they plan to tie the knot. So far, no word from Amber's camp. Congrats in advance!! (TMZ)
Rose publicly shouted out her soon-to-be husband on Father's Day.
"Happy Father's Day to the Love of my life @wizkhalifa thx for not putting ur babies on my face that night Lol j/k Love u ;-)," Rose tweeted June 16th.
"He's such a good Daddy.... Rockin Bash to sleep #HappyFathersDay :-) http://instagram.com/p/apCl5KQvOE/"
Back in January, Rose plainly identified Khalifa as her "husband" when approached by a photographer.
Slip of the tongue? The VERY pregnant model called Wiz Khalifa her 'husband' in a new video interview, possibly revealing that the two are already married! Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa are allegedly married! The model, recording artist, actress and socialite was caught calling the rapper her "husband" in a video interview with TMZ. On Jan. 15, Amber, 29, was given a Ninja Turtles ice cream bar by a TMZ cameraman (because she loves ice cream), when she said, "My husband loves Ninja Turtles." (Hollywood Life)
Last October, Wiz said he hoped to officially tie the knot before Rose gives birth.
"Nah, there's no date set yet. But we'll probably get licensed and married before the baby's born, and do a wedding afterwards because it makes more sense for the baby to be in the wedding than for her to be pregnant. Some people, they rush and do it. But, it works both ways." (XXL Mag)