AceShowbiz - Steve Harvey seemingly is taking a short break from dealing with his career crises to celebrate the engagement of his youngest stepdaugter, Lori Harvey. On Monday, June 26, the comedian took to Twitter to share the exciting news.
Steve, who is facing several scandals, posted a photo of Lori and her fiance Memphis Depay, a Dutch professional soccer player. Memphis was seen kneeling down in front of Lori with an engagement ring in his hand. "Marjorie and I are proud to announce the engagement of our youngest daughter Lori to Memphis Depay, this young man is a good one! Congrats!" the 60-year-old host captioned the sweet snap.
Marjorie and I are proud to announce the engagement of our youngest daughter Lori to Memphis Depay, this young man is a good one! Congrats! pic.twitter.com/Tt92IqhYz3— Steve Harvey (@IAmSteveHarvey) June 26, 2017
Lori, meanwhile, treated her Twitter followers to an adorable black-and-white photo from the proposal. "WE'RE GETTING MARRIED!!!!" she tweeted. The 20-year-old beauty debunked the rumor that the pair were taking the next step because they are expecting baby as she wrote in another tweet, "No I'm not pregnant and won't be for a while."
WE'RE GETTING MARRIED!!!!! 😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/AIDsZNTzVr— Lori Harvey (@_lori_harvey) June 24, 2017
Memphis also took to his Twitter account to share the news. "SHE SAID YESSS!!!!!" he wrote alongside a picture from the proposal. He later posted another photo of himself and Lori looking all happy and captioned it with the monumental dates in their lives.
SHE SAID YESSS!!!!! pic.twitter.com/pN7X4cJfqb— Memphis (@Memphis) June 24, 2017
Steve's daughter engagement may provide happiness amid several scandals he is currently facing. Last month, he was sued by his ex-wife, Mary Shackelford, who claimed that she had been mentally ill following their divorce in 2005. Prior to the lawsuit, the comedian received backlashes over a leaked memo, in which he banned his staff to talk to him without appointment. Steve defended himself by saying that he just wanted some "freedom."