She was celibate before we got together and I was celibate. Let me just put it this way, [I’ve been celibate] over ten years.Part of what I also do is preach and the thing that I couldn’t do, which was eating me apart…What was happening with me is that I would go and preach one thing but I was going and living another and I could not do it. I was like, ‘No, I cannot live like this,’ so I had to stop and say, ‘You know what, until I get married, that’s off the table.
Meagan started her acting career at age 4 as an extra on Doogie Howser M. A rising Hollywood star with Christian roots, Meagan found her perfect match in De Von Franklin, a studio executive who moonlights as a preacher.With the film highlighting open marriage, and relation fluidity (Neil’s boyfriend is bisexual), the film looks to be an ode to the classic romantic comedy troupe while taking on new lanes.Stewart explained this to critics who accused the film of being too stereotypical. Black people falling in love, brown bodies being intimate on screen (which I think is a beautiful thing) and yes, it’s funny,” she said.Good told PEOPLE that God revealed her heart to her new husband."De Von makes me better, makes my life fuller, and completes my quality of life," Good told the publication. God revealed my heart to him like nobody else."Franklin, VP of Production at Columbia/Sony Pictures and Seventh-day Adventist minister, admitted that his new wife has changed his life."I've never had more peace, fun, and joy than I've had with her," Franklin told PEOPLE.The couple reportedly wed in a Spanish-Bayou themed reception that the bride described as "very antique looking." The train of Good's white dress was dipped in purple, which she said reflected her personality."It's got a bit of a masculine feel to it.Although they spoke about being happy in the union, the couple said that it may be some time before they began to bring children into their home.