To date someone, to being in love with someone is so easy to happen, to stay together in longtime love needs patience and understanding but to confess your feelings and propose your love in front of millions demands massive pure love and deep commitment for someone.
Yesterday night such commitment was perfectly expressed by Patrick Mahomes who made his day by proposing her longtime girlfriend, his High School time love Brittany Matthews just after winning his Super Bowl LIV Championship Ring. He gave out a Diamond Ring of his own to her beautiful girlfriend.
The picture at the back-
The love of the two has been in conjunction since their High School days starting from their friendship to have a date with each other.
In 2013, Matthews moved to play soccer at a nearby University after graduating High School and Mahomes after his completion of high school in 2014 went to play at Texas Tech University.
Romantic Moment at the Stadium-
After receiving his Championship Ring Star Patrick surprised his girlfriend Brittany at the stadium having a crowd, proposed with an entangled floral orchestration with the most romantic words, “Will You Marry Me?”
such as a romantic movie Hero, Patrick got down on a knee and made the day memorable for the couple. For any girlfriend, such a romantic proposal impacts just beyond the words and expressions.
Social Media is on the Joy-
Patrick Mahomes took to social media and shared their happiness of newly engaged couple’s news, posting the picture of staggering and a large beautiful diamond ring which he proposed her with.
Matthews with overwhelming happy emotions posted a snap and captioned it as, ” My heart is so Full! I love this man so incredibly much and today was so so special! couldn’t imagine this day being any more perfect”.
Love in the air-
love doesn’t require a long speech to propose, neither a perfect pose nor a perfect shot it just requires the pure massive emotions to shower without any limits without any situations. it is well depicted by the romantic proposal of the Tuesday night witnessed by people at Arrowhead Stadium just after the Super Bowl LIV Championship.