Days after Rihanna hit the 3-0, she has decided to start focusing on her life and made some tough decisions with one of them being that she is ready to have a child with boyfriend Hassan Jameel.
The Barbadian diva is eager to settle down and start a family, and according to a source, who spoke to Hollywood Life, she is seriously thinking about finding a permanent home in Europe.
Not too long ago, French media outlets reported that Rihanna and Jameel were seen house hunting in Paris.
The pair has been splitting their time between California where Rihanna is based and London where Jameel runs his family’s billion-dollar empire.
The insider claimed that the lovers have reached the point where they want to spend more time together.
The family friend explained: “Rihanna is deep in love with Hassan, and she has begun to plan for a future with him. This is the first guy since Chris (Brown) that’s made her feel this way like she wants to settle down. She and Hassan mostly meet up in Europe; it is a good midway point for them. But now she is talking about making it her full-time base so she can have even more time with him.”
The source continued: “They are very serious, and now that Rihanna has hit the big 3-0 she is thinking about stuff like marriage and family a lot more. She always thought she would have kids by this age, so that is on her mind now too. She and Hassan are not rushing into anything, but that is where her head is going. It seems like she has met her Prince Charming,”
The same person went on to reveal that Rihanna is very grateful for what she has with the mogul because she feared for years that she would not live a grand love affair as she did with Chris Brown.
The pal shared: “This guy has completely swept her off her feet. For a long time, she worried that she’d never love anyone as much as Chris, but Hassan is showing her it is possible. Chris will always be her first true love, but Hassan has made his mark. It is two different kind of loves but equally strong.”
Fans are happy that RiRi has found some stability.