Nicki Minaj met Princess Diana's nephew Louis Spencer at her London concert on Saturday, the pair certainly hit it off. The rapper posted a photo together on Instagram, revealing that Louis had jokingly asked her to marry him after they chatted backstage at the O2 Arena.
Nicki, 32, shared a picture of herself posing alongside Viscount Althorp, who is the eldest son of Charles Spencer, Diana's brother. "The Royal Family stopped by. @louisspencer Nephew of Princess Diana - he said he wants to marry me #LONDON #ThePinkprintTOUR (sic)", the Starships hit-maker joked.
The snap showed the performer posing in a sheer long-sleeved black top as she cuddled up to the tall 21-year-old. Another picture saw the singer smiling sweetly next to the handsome blond. She joked: "Check out our wedding photo. no honestly it was such an honor to have you guys."
Louis' sister Lady Kitty Spencer also went backstage and took a picture with the star of the night. Nicki posted a shot of the two girls, writing, "His beautiful sister @kittyspencer8 #LONDON #ThePinkprintTOUR."
The late Princess Diana's brother Charles, who is father to Louis and Kitty, shared his gratitude with Nicki for meeting his children, and got in on the joke. "Thank you @NICKIMINAJ for being so kind, meeting my son Louis after your @O2music concert last night - love the Instagram 'wedding' picture!" he tweeted.
After Nicki’s London concert, the singer took a plane to New York where she joined some of the biggest names in the music industry on Monday to launch Tidal, a streaming service being billed as the first artist-owned platform for music and video.
Rihanna, Madonna, Beyonce, Usher, Daft Punk, Arcade Fire, Jack White and Kanye West are just some of the stars revealed as co-owners of the subscription service, which is the brainchild of Jay Z. To mark the move, lots of the stars changed their Twitter picture to a blank aqua blue, and posted about "#TIDALforALL."