Zoë and DT Real Engagement Story

Written by    Last updated: August 22, 2006

The proposal was originally planned for Millennium Eve, as was the case with so many couples, but DT decided there was a better way to do it.He took me out onto the cliffs to watch the sun rise. We must have looked a strange couple that morning, dressed in our finery, but smothered in blankets as we sat on a bench looking over the finest panoramic view of the coast in that area.As the sun rose, we were able to see the first rays struggling from behind the cloud-laden sky, highlighting the wall of mist that was slowly rolling in from the sea and would cover the cliffs in a few hours time. As the sky turned a beautiful shade of pink and yellow, DT dropped down on his knee and, holding out a ring that I had bought months ago (the actual one was still in the shop being made), he asked me to be his wife. The rest, as they say, is history…

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