'The eleventh Imam, Imam al-Hasan ibn Ali al-Askari (as) reported that his Fathers quoted a well-known companion of the Prophet, Jabir ibn Abdullah, as saying: ‘The Messenger of God (s) said: “When God created Adam and Eve, they strutted through paradise and said: `Who are better than we?' At that moment they noticed an image of a girl like they had never seen before; from this girl came an illuminating light so bright that it almost blinded the eyes. They said: 'O Lord, what is this?' He answered: 'This is the image of Fatima, the mistress of your women descendants.' Adam asked: 'What is this crown on her head?' Allah said: 'Her husband Ali.’ Adam then asked: 'What are her two earrings?' God replied: 'Her (two) sons, they were ordained in My ever-existent knowledge two thousand years before I created you'”’ Source - Ibn Hajar al-'Asqalani, Lisan al-Mizan v. 3, p. 346.
As far as I searched we don't have it in Shi'i authentic sources.
It is also narrated in Nuzhatul Majalis wa Muntakhabu-nafa'es for Abdurrahman Safouri Shafe'ee who is also a Sunni Scholar.