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Popping 'the question' to your beloved is a huge moment in anyone's life and you really want everything in place to be perfect in the hope that they will say 'yes.'

One man who had grand visions of how his proposal would go down is Dennis Brown II who wanted his girlfriend to have the perfect moment when he presented her with an engagement ring.

Or should we say 'rings?' As Brown presented Atara Dallas, with not one, not two, not three, not four, not five but six different engagement rings for her to choose from.

The rings which were all different shapes and sizes obviously worked as she said 'yes' eventually choosing a teardrop shaped ring.

He also hired an event planning and styling firm, a professional photographer, florist and drapery design to capture the moment.

If that wasn't enough he also wrote down his dearest and most tender feelings for Atara and had them printed on a huge banner that you can see in the background of the shot.

The model and fitness enthusiast wrote:

Today, on your special day I had the pleasure of putting a smile on your face all day. For there is no greater gift that I could think to give you.

A woman, whose heart is full of love and devotion to me, a woman whose loyalty to all those she loves stands unmatched, a woman whose generosity and willingness to help others around her flourish knows no depths.

A woman who single-handedly made me believe that a soulmate, a lover, a prayer warrior, a confidant and a best friend could be wrapped up in one amazingly beautiful soul that was handcrafted for me.

That’s why today I wanted to give you the greatest gift that I could ever give you……my heart and soul completely, unwavering and all yours……will you accept and hold my hand in yours through this journey?

Reaction to the proposal online has been mixed but at least the couple is happy, so each to their own (even if it is a bit extra).

We just hope that he kept the receipt for those five other rings as they probably weren't cheap.


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