By April Littleton
Sources told People that Christina Milian is engaged to her longtime boyfriend, Jas Prince, but she’s neither denying or confirming the news. “I’m definitely in love with someone,” she said. “I’m in a very happy relationship, a very stable relationship, which is great and he’s very supportive.”
What are some ways to keep your engagement under wraps?
You’re engaged, but you’re not ready to share the exciting news just yet. How do you keep something as big as an engagement a secret from all of your loved ones? Cupid has some advice:
1. No rings:¬†Hold off on wearing an engagement ring until you’re ready to spill the beans to your family and friends. Rings are a clear giveaway to what you and your partner have in store, so if you want to keep the curiosity at a minimum, wear a new necklace or a bracelet instead.
2. Don’t tell your best friend:¬†This might be a tough one for you, but if you really want to keep the details of your engagement to yourself for a little while longer you need to avoid telling your best friend. If you tell one person, you’ll end up telling another. Even your best friend might accidentally spill your secret to someone if they’re not aware that you want to keep it private. To avoid any unnecessary drama, just keep it to yourself until you’re ready for everyone to find out.
3. Avoid any wedding talk:¬†Your friends and family will get suspicious if you’re constantly talking about weddings or if your place is cluttered with bridal magazines. Don’t contemplate over bridesmaids dresses or what kind of topper you want on your wedding cake in front of your loved ones unless you want them to find out about your engagement sooner rather than later.
What are some other ways to keep your engagement under wraps? Comment below.