Solange Knowles will reportedly marry her video director boyfriend Alan Ferguson this weekend in New Orleans.
Solange Knowles is getting married this weekend.
According to US Weekly, the 'Losing You' hitmaker and younger sister of superstar Beyonce Knowles, will tie the knot with her video director boyfriend Alan Ferguson in New Orleans this weekend.
It is believed the 28-year-old singer and DJ - who has managed to keep her entire engagement and wedding plans a secret until now - will begin the weekend-long nuptials at the home she shares with her 10-year-old son Jules from her previous marriage to Daniel Smith.
The wedding party will enjoy an intimate movie night together on Friday (14.11.14), before attending a rehearsal dinner on Saturday (15.11.14).
The following day the happy couple will say their vows in a private ceremony surrounded by their close friends and family.
Solange previously spoke of her happiness at finding her longtime love Alan, although she confessed their stress-free relationship doesn't inspire her musically.
She said: ''Luckily, I dated all of the losers ages ago. My love life has been stable for a while.
''It's a f**ked-up thing - without conflict it's a lot harder to write interesting songs.''
The raven-haired beauty is following in the footsteps of her 33-year-old sister who secretly wed her rapper husband Jay Z back in 2008.
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