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Is this the most elaborate marriage proposal ever?

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Picture this - you're in the cinema watching your favourite Disney movie, Sleeping Beauty, but the character's look oddly familiar to you and your boyfriend.The Prince then proposes to the Princess, you turn to your side - and your boyfriend is down on one knee with a ring.This fairytale moment (literally) was created by filmmaker Lee Loechler when he proposed to his girlfriend Sthuthi David, a cardiologist.He rented a cinema room filled with their friends and family, played the film and popped the question - and thankfully she said 'Yes'.
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It’s not every day you get to propose to your High School sweetheart. For the past six months I’ve been working with @kaylacoombs to animate @stutzd4 and myself into her favorite movie, Sleeping Beauty. The only thing better than seeing the smartest person I know completely dumbfounded was knowing we’d get to live happily ever after together. ? Enjoy! A post shared by Lee Loechler (@yours_true_lee) on Jan 9, 2020 at 7:48am PST
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"When Lee first sent me an email saying he had a proposal idea for his girlfriend, I thought he just meant a Disney-style portrait of the two of them," says Australian illustrator Kayla Coombs, who worked with Lee for six months to recreate the 1959 film.
Kayla says that after months of late night Skype calls "it was really, really satisfying to see in the video that Sthuthi picked up on a lot of the little things that we did".Even details like the way Sthuthi furrows her eyebrows and looks at Lee when she's confused were put in the cartoon. "This is probably the biggest personal commission that I've ever done, it was just awesome - a pleasure to be a part of," says Kayla.
Kayla created these illustrations for the newly-engaged couple
The video has gone viral, with more than 1.5m views on Youtube, and Twitter seems to love it.
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THIS MAN PRACTICALLY REANIMATED SLEEPING BEAUTY FOR A PROPOSAL I AM NEVER DATING CAUSE MY EXPECTATIONS ARE NOW GONNA BE TOO DAMN HIGH https://t.co/k0KdVVNnYj— Brawk (@BrookexErin) January 10, 2020
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This is literally the best proposal in the history of proposals I’ve EVER seen wtf I would die right then and there Report
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Marriage proposals seem to be getting bigger, better and more public - with YouTube full of people finding extravagant ways to pop the question.A man from Gloucester proposed to his girlfriend in November last year by getting a "Will you marry me?" tattoo with a 'Yes' or 'No' tick box for her to fill in. Luckily for him, his girlfriend said 'Yes' and ticked the correct box.
Romantic gesture or a step too far?
At the 2018 Emmy awards, Glenn Weiss proposed to his girlfriend on stage whilst accepting an award - with approximately 11.5m people watching at home.
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While accepting the Emmy for outstanding directing for a variety special, #Oscars director Glenn Weiss proposes to his girlfriend… and she says yes. #Emmys pic.twitter.com/FcyUipMlx1— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) September 18, 2018
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It doesn't always have to have millions of viewers though - Adam King proposed to his girlfriend Lucy Rogers in 2011 on a packed train, with a whole choir singing Bill Withers' Lovely Day.And finally, Nick Fenton from New Jersey proposed to his girlfriend Bridget Moore with a banner plane carrying the message "Briget will you marry me? Love Nick".Awkwardly, the banner misspelled her name - but she still said 'I do'.
But is it too much pressure?
We asked Bernadette Chapman, founder of The UK Alliance of Wedding Planners."It definitely increases the pressure. Personally I would hate a public proposal and I think most people would find it really embarrassing."However, she did like the idea of the Sleeping Beauty proposal."It was imaginative - there's a difference between creating a proposal that will resonate with your loved one and creating a proposal because you are egotistical. "People who want to propose in public need to ask themselves - are you doing it for yourself or are you doing it for the person you are proposing to?"
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