- Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton got engaged in October 2020
-They announced the news days after the event and they excited about being together for the rest of their lives
- Before getting down on one knee, Blake approached Gwen's three sons and asked for their blessing
- When they gave him the go-ahead, he planned for a surprise event where he popped the question
Tradition often states that before marrying a woman, the man should approach her dad and ask for her hand in marriage.
American celebrity Blake Shelton shook things up and decided to ask his fiancé Gwen Stefani’s three sons for permission before walking down the aisle with her.
According to a source speaking to People, the musician has played the role of a bonus dad to Gwen’s sons effortlessly.
He approached Kingston, 14, Zuma, 12, and Apollo, 6, a month back and asked them whether he could go ahead and pop the big question.
It was also stated that the whole proposal was set up as a surprise and Blake’s future in-laws are taken by his kindness and love for their girl.
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“Her family very much approves of him. He is a great partner and a superb extra dad to the boys. Gwen is excited,” the source explained.
The 44-year-old wanted to scream the news at the top of his voice immediately Gwen said yes but the two of them decided to wait a little longer.
Later on, the musicians released statements on social media notifying their fans that they were finally set to tie the knot.
In other news, a young man pulled off a public marriage proposal during an arranged prayer session and it was such a sweet act.
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The unsuspecting lady was praying hard without knowing that her boo had already gone down on one knee with a ring in his hand.
When she opened her eyes and saw him, she covered her mouth in disbelief as she ran into a nearby room.
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