Couple Gets Engaged In Six Seconds And Doesn’t Even Need To Use The Ring The other day, you might have heard a story about how an engaged couple had to keep the engagement secret for a few hours after they got engaged. That tale is fictitious.
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The couple, however, the fictional story does feature a couple who got engaged and did not use any sort of disguise, disguise or disguise at all.
Yes, there are two couples who got engaged and not getting married and somehow managed to keep impending nuptials out of the media. The only thing they used the ring.
Michael Dutcher and Ruth Taylor are a newly married couple, planning to get married in New York in April, and the bride’s brother, Corey Lewis, is getting engaged in February and they want unions to remain private for as long as possible.
But since they both happen to have careers, one involving sports and one with politics, they did the unthinkable. They got engaged on a freeway with a full view of thousands of people. The wedding moved to a private gazebo in New York.
As for the ring, here’s what Michael Dutcher told ABC News, “We did some creative engineering to make sure that the ring would not come out when the ring going down in the car. It is definitely stressful. We didn’t want to use our ring to talk, because you know that it’s important and that we’re a couple, but we had a little challenge. It took a few minutes to get the ring in, but we did.”
If you’re wondering if they shared the ring, Dutcher said, “We’re really excited to have something that we can give to another couple and encourage another couple to spend the rest of their lives together.”
Lewis didn’t get any help for this stunt, since he doesn’t own a credit card.