He added a ring to it! After one year of being together, Leah Messer Jaylan MobleyAre engaged.
Mobley, 26, proposed the Teen Mom 2 star, 29, Friday August 19, according to People.
After meeting at an ESPN/Army event one year before, Messer and U.S. Army cyber officers have been inseparable since August 2021.
“I just wanna continue getting to know each other. I think that with time, we’ll see if that’s something,” the Hope, Grace and Faith Exclusively told by author Us Weekly March of her husband. “For me, I don’t think marriage should change anything. It has worked for me in the past. And I’ve been like, ‘What did I do?’ I think it’s scary. It should be labeled and it should be either one or the andere. And I’m like, ‘That scares me a little bit.’ It does. It’s a huge commitment.”
Prior to her romance with Mobley she was married twice. She was married to Corey SimmsOctober 2010. The duo — who split one year later — share twins Ali and Aleeah, both 12. Messer later married. Jeremy CalvertBetween April 2012 and June 2015, she shared Adalynn with her 9-year-old daughter.
Messer has since been able to integrate Mobley into her home life while raising her three daughters.
“I think being less guarded myself and getting to know Jaylan personally allowed me to just trust him a little bit more and trust his intentions and really see the potential that we have together,” she told Use earlier in the year. “And I think that’s why I opened up my life to him. I think [being in the public eye]This puts a lot of pressure upon your relationship. So at the end of the day, I just wanted to get to know him a lot more before introducing him to my kids, my family, and the cameras.”
She continued: “I’ve been lying to you if I said we didn’t have days where … things come up, but I think it’s how we communicate and listen to each other that makes everything so different from any relationship I’ve ever been in, in the past. And the kids see that, they see the love.”
While Messer and Mobley are focused on their forthcoming nuptials for the time being, the West Virginia native isn’t sure if baby No. 4 is on the horizon.
“There are days when I’m like, ‘Oh, my gosh, I would love to have a son,’” the former cheerleader previously told Us In May 2021. “Then there are days when I’m like, ‘Hell no. I’m not starting over again.’ So it’s kind of that fine line of whatever’s meant to happen will. I’m perfectly content being a mom to the three daughters I have and making sure that they’re successful in life. That’s it. … Whatever’s meant to be will.”