Khloe Kardashian’s ex-husband Lamar Odom has gotten engaged.
The 40-year-old basketball player is set to wed Sabrina Parr who he has been dating for just three months after popping the question during a romantic dinner at Prime 112 Restaurant in Miami, Florida.
Lamar shared a photo of himself and Sabrina who showed off her huge pear-cut diamond engagement ring – at the restaurant on his Instagram account and captioned the picture: “Introducing my new fiancée!! Soon to be Mrs Parr-Odom. She the ONE!!!!! @getuptoparr.”
The 32-year-old life coach also shared the news on her own account, showing followers a series of videos of her new jewellery.
She captioned her post: “I SAID YES!!!![ring and bride emojis]@lamarodom #mrsparrodom #lamarandsabrina”
Lamar recently described his relationship with Sabrina as the “most serious and committed” he had ever been in and admitted he was “tired” of being asked about his ex-wives Khloe Kardashian and Lisa Morales – with whom he has 21-year-old daughter Destiny and 17-year-old son Lamar Jr. – because he’s in a different phase of his life now.
Posting a picture of himself and Sabrina embracing, he wrote on Instagram: “The look on @getuptoparr face is how she makes me feel every day. Outside of my daughter, this is the most serious and committed relationship I’ve ever been in with a woman. I’m tired of people asking me questions about my ex’s based on old interviews and old comments! I said what I said then based on where I was in life at that time. I was young, wasn’t sober and going through a lot. All of that is different now. I’m at where I want to be at! ”
And Lamar has the support of his beau too, as she commented on the snap to praise him for his actions.
NBA champ Odom was married to Khloé Kardashian from 2009 to 2016 after a month of dating. During their marriage, Odom made several appearances on the reality television show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. He and Kardashian also had their own reality series, Khloé & Lamar.
In October 2015 was discovered unconscious at the Love Ranch, a legal brothel in Nevada. Odom, who had used cocaine in the days prior to his medical emergency, suffered kidney failure and several heart attacks and strokes; he became comatose and was placed on life support in a hospital in Las Vegas.
He has since recovered from his health scare and obtained drug treatment.