This Walt Disney World Wedding Proposal Will Warm Your Heart

WATCH: Gay man live streams Disney World marriage proposal to Facebook

So adorable!!

A British gay couple affirmed their love, one marvelous afternoon in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, late last month. 

Gregory Gaige was enjoying a visit to the theme park with his partner Craig Moss, when he knelt down to surprise his partner with a ring, steps before Cinderella's castle. 

Gaige currently works in private healthcare, but once worked as a "cast member" at the flagship Disney Store in London. By his own admission, he and his partner are "obsessed" Disney fans.

Gaige told Gay Star News:

‘We’ll probably aim for a wedding in Spring/Summer 2018 and we’ll definitely be honeymooning in Disney World Florida. We’ve just joined the Disney Vacation Club so we’ll be spending a lot more time there now!’

Watch the magical moment:

 

H/T: Gay Star News

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:,) Melts my heart just like the title said it would! lol I don't care if it's a gay or straight proposal... a proposal is a proposal, man and woman, man and man, woman and woman. Love is love, and it's beautiful... I wish the two of them all the best!

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ok that was simple and cute, enjoyed this one. 

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They are cute. An interesting mix of masc/fem qualities. It would have been a better video w/o all the loud music. 

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Why will this melt my heart? People propose all the time at Disney World. What is it that makes this one so special? Is it only because it is a gay couple? Headliner, gay couple gets engaged. People are gay, they propose, get married. I just don't see the why this is considered news.

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Because people who are in same sex relationships are still afraid to do normal couple things in public because homosexuality, while becoming more accepted, still elicits very negative feelings from people. It's important to people who are LGBTQ+ that stories like these are news until it's normalized in mainstream culture and they don't have to feel like "are people looking at us? Will someone say something hateful?" Stories like these encourage people to be more comfortable in their own skin and not to be afraid of being visible

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