In the clip from the reality show, the late star's aunt Pat Houston, who was also her manager and best friend, gave a taste of the family's reaction saying, "Engagement?
What does AP stand for?
AP stands for Aunt Pat (band)
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We have 193 other meanings of AP in our Acronym Attic
- Attachment Parenting (parenting style)
- Attack Points (gaming)
- Attack Power
- Attitude Planning
- Attitude Problem
- Attorney's Preference
- Attribute Point(s)
- Atypical Pneumonia
- Audience Participation
- Audio Patchbay (cable)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Right now I'm just thrilled I get to share this with Phil and play the way we did," said the 26-year-old, whose aunt Pat is a six-time major winner in the women's game.
I'll be in touch with Phil Mickelson, and I'll speak to him, and my aunt Pat.
The 25-year-old, whose aunt Pat won six majors and is in the sport's Hall of Fame, looked to have blown his chances of becoming only the second player since 1913 to win on his major debut when he triple-bogeyed the short 15th.
Loving memories of a loving sister and aunt Pat, died 9th July 1997.
Price recalled those as the years when the Derby was won by Morston, ridden by his uncle Edward Hide, and the Aga Khan-owned duo of Shergar and Shahrastani, for the stable associated with his aunt Pat Stoute.
He arrived on the doorstep of his great aunt Pat Evans (Pam St Clement), who took him in after he claimed his dad was dead and he had nowhere else to go.
We were just spoiled with all those Masses before," says my Aunt Pat, my last relative still living in Mondovi.