Tamar Braxton is heading all the way home with new love—and a stunning ring.
During the finale of her Peacock dating show, Queens Court, the Braxton Family Values alum got engaged to finalist Jeremy "JR" Robinson.
"I prayed for somebody to understand me and not look at me and my flaws and just accept me for who I am," Tamar told JR. "And then I met you. And then I saw every single thing that I ever prayed for as a child."
As for JR, the attorney made it clear that she was also his wish come true.
"I'm not only willing, I'm ready," he told the 46-year-old singer. "So much so that I don't want to be your friend…I want to be your husband."
Cue the drop to one knee.
"Tamar, I'm here forever because I don't see my life without you," he continued. "I love you, Tamar. Tamar, will you marry me?" And when the "All the Way Home" singer asked if he was sure, JR didn't hesitate, adding, "Absolutely sure."
And yes: A tearful Tamar accepted his proposal with an eager nod, sharing that she's "crazy" about JR, adding, "I can't believe I found what I was looking for."
As the series noted, not only are Tamar and her fiancée still together six months after filming, but they're, of course, quite busy planning their upcoming wedding.
Fast-forward to present day, and not only is the vocalist—who shares son Logan, 9, with ex Vincent Herbert—celebrating her engagement, but she's also ringing in her birthday the right way.
"It's my birthday but I have to post the one who puts this cheesy smile on my face," she wrote in part alongside a March 17 Instagram video of her fiancée. "It took me a while to realize that this wholesome, traditional love is the kind that I wanted and needed. We have 6 children between the two of us and they mean EVERYTHING to me."
Queens Court followed Tamar, along with Basketball Wives alum Evelyn Lozada and singer Nivea, as they embarked on a quest to find their happily ever after. And Tamar wasn't the only one that found her match, as Evelyn recently revealed she also said "yes" to her finalist Lavon Lewis after their season ended.
Queens Court is streaming now on Peacock.
(E! and Peacock are part of the NBCUniversal family.)