Kelly Rowland and her boo are ready to strut down the aisle.
The Destiny's Child singer has announced her engagement to Dallas Cowboys safety, Roy Williams. The couple, both 23, have been together for about six months.
Williams popped the question Monday in New York in a room filled with friends on hand to celebrate, among them Rowland's bandmates, cousin Beyoncé Knowles and Michelle Williams.
No wedding date has been set, but we can guess who the bridesmaids will be.
In addition to the pair of Grammys she's won as part of Destiny's Child, Rowland took home a Grammy in February for her collaboration with Nelly on the hit song "Dilemma."
She released a solo album, Simply Deep, in 2002 and made her acting debut in 2003's Freddy vs. Jason. Next month, she plans to return to the studio with Knowles and Williams to begin recording the next Destiny's Child album.
Williams is entering his third season as a Cowboy, and scored a Pro Bowl spot earlier this year. Last season, he had 72 tackles, including 55 solo tackles, two interceptions and two sacks.
It's not the first nuptial news of the year for Beyoncé brethren. In February, Solange Knowles, Beyoncé's 17-year-old sister, wed her boyfriend, University of Texas football player Daniel Smith.
Though Solange was once rumored to be joining Destiny's Child as a fourth member, those plans have apparently been put on hold.
The younger Knowles recently starred in Johnson Family Vacation opposite Cedric the Entertainer and Bow Wow and is currently working on a second solo album, which she hopes to release in the fall.