While today they are going three years strong into their beautiful marriage, their love story almost didn't happen. Praying together and going to church together, reading together and keeping God in our relationship is critical.
When the couple first worked together on the set of the 2011 movie, , it was difficult for them to get past seeing each other as just work associates."I was like, 'I don't want to be the guy that's known for trying to hit on the talent,'" Franklin recalled. So even if I wanted to think that it was possible, it was not possible."Good admitted that she found Franklin attractive at first, but had trouble seeing him more than "the guy who gives you the job." Somewhere along the line, the two became flirtier. After their relationship success, the couple now has a new book out called ."We see splits every single day, especially in Hollywood," Franklin said. She's the number one priority in my life.""And he's the number one priority in my life," Good added.
WATCH: Best Celebrity Wedding Dresses of 2015, Ranked"We're talking here just normal conversation, but there's something else going on, and I'm like, 'Wait.
The ‘Think Like A Man’ actress now says she had to transform her mind, body and soul before she could meet the right man.
Meagan Good is currently married to Devon Franklin.She has been in seven celebrity relationships averaging approximately 2.8 years each. Meagan Monique Good-Franklin (born August 8, 1981) is an American actress.We sat down with Meagan and her husband De Von Franklin earlier this week right after the New York Post story dropped, and she made it clear that the picture they painted of her and her journey was skewed at best.The Post claimed that Meagan turned to God and celibacy after getting her heart broken by a celeb boyfriend, but Meagan says that her decision definitely wasn’t prompted by any man’s infidelity…Meagan talked to NY Post and says this about her past relationships: She was chaste for two years, until she married Seventh-day Adventist pastor De Von Franklin — a journey they recall in their upcoming book, “The Wait: A Powerful Practice for Finding the Love of Your Life and the Life You Love” (Howard Books, out Tuesday).