Kevin's legal team is said hashing out terms of a pre-nuptial agreement that Danielle will be required to sign before marrying the singer.
While wedding talks have been brewing, new report has just been brought forth by In Touch Weekly that Kevin Jonas has been asking his fiancee Danielle Deleasa to sign a pre-nuptial agreement just in case their marriage doesn't work. A legal team representing the oldest member of the pop trio Jonas Brothers reportedly is busy hashing out the terms that Danielle will be required to sign before marrying Kevin.
"Kevin sees Danielle as his soulmate, and he's very Christian, so he's not big on divorce. Nonetheless, he has millions to protect, so he's asked Danielle to sign a pre-nup," confirms an unnamed source. Possible terms for the reported pre-nuptial agreement are not disclosed though. Kevin and Danielle themselves also have not yet addressed the credibility of the story.
Kevin Jonas first met Danielle Deleasa, who is a former hairdresser, in May 2007 while they were vacationing in the Bahamas with their families. He proposed to her on July 1 after two years of dating and presented her with a cushion-cut diamond ring that he designed with Jacob & Co.
Since then speculation has been mounting that Kevin and Danielle will wed in either winter this year or spring next year in the Bahamas. And while wedding date and venue haven't been officially confirmed, Kevin's brothers Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas have shared with the press the bachelor party they plan to throw for the groom-to-be.