Rihanna and Drake are reportedly taking their 'alleged relationship' a step ahead and are planning an adventurous future that includes eloping, and getting married. According to a Life & Style magazine report, sources close to the singing duo have claimed that Rihanna and Drake are already talking about kids. While this may please fans of the music-couple, rapper Chris Brown is reportedly not happy with the entire romance.

A Hollywood Life report shared excerpts from its 1 August issue revealing details on the Barbadian singer's relationship status. "Rihanna and Drake have talked about getting married and have even discussed eloping," a source close to the couple told the magazine adding, "Rihanna has always wanted to get married in [her native Barbados], That would be incredible!"

If rumours are to be believed, the Work hit-makers are fast-tracking their relationship, as they take up the topic of kids next. "Rihanna is really close to her niece, and it's made her realise she wants a baby soon... and Drake would love to be a dad," the insider added.

The Kiss It Better singer, who turned 28 this February, is currently engaged with her Anti world tour. Despite the busy work schedules, the songstress is reportedly planning to take a break with her family and Drake towards July end.

The news of Rihanna getting close to her Take Care co-singer hasn't gone down well with Chris Brown, who had a violent history with the songstress – there were reports suggesting domestic violence allegations against Brown.

"Chris ain't buying that for a minute. He doesn't believe for a second that his soulmate would tie the knot with her long-term side piece. Chris loves Rihanna and he'd be deeply hurt and go out of his mind if she even considered being off the market in this way," a source told Hollywood Life. "Drake's just a pinch hitter until Chris is mentally and emotionally ready to step up to the plate and whisk Rihanna off her feet."

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Rihanna cares for Chris Brown even after he brutally assaulted her in 2009 Polk/Getty Images for NARAS