Love is indeed a beautiful thing and if you can find it in the right person, then you must be among the luckiest people in the world.
Photo: Reverend Lucy Natasha and her lover Prophet Stanley Carmel
Recently the lovebirds even recorded a short video clip together, where the hunk showered the beauty queen with praises via the lyrics of Mbosso's hit song dubbed 'Hodari' that was also playing in the background.
And as her Indian lover sang to her, it was clear that Reverend Lucy Natasha enjoyed the song and even danced sweetly to it as shown by the photos below.
Photos: Prophet Stanley Carmel singing the 'Hodari' song, while his bae Reverend Lucy Natasha is dancing to it.
Reverend Lucy Natasha and Prophet Stanley Carmel
The Oracle of God preacher and Stanley Carmel have been making the headlines for the past few days, and this is because of their engagement.
Infact it was Reverend Lucy Natasha who announced the big news to her fans on Saturday November 27 on her Instagram account.
"Said Yes! We appreciate sons, daughters, global partners, Ecc Globally, friends and family for your support. My love Carmel may the rest of our life's journey together will be filled with God's grace, blessings, provisions, protection and guidance. We shall continue to serve God and bless humanity..." She wrote.
The invites-only affair took place at Boma Hotel, and lovebirds donned Indian attires as shown by the photos below.
Photos: Prophet Stanley proposing to Reverend Lucy Natasha
Before they got engaged they were spotted making appearances together whilst spreading the word of God earlier this week, and in some occasions they even held hands.
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