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Watch how Aladdin proposes Princess Jasmine in this viral video

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 1 January 2020, 16:09 IST

A lovely video has surfaced the Internet in which a Disney’s Aladdin proposed his Princess Jasmine in Leicester, England.

Well, the twist is that man dressed like Aladdin left everyone surprised when he got down on one knee to propose marriage to Princess Jasmine at the end of a play performance in the UK on December 27.

As per the media reports, actor Matthew Pomeroy, who played the lead role in the play at De Montfort Hall in Leicester asked Natasha Lamb, the Jasmine, if she would marry him.

In the video, Matthew can be seen saying, “The last four years you've changed my life. You are the kindest, most caring person." After knowing the reality, the audience watching the play started cheering for the couple.

He then took out the engagement ring and said, “Tash, I love you with all my heart. You're my best friend and if you'll let me... I want to share my life with you." Interestingly, Matthew’s parents were also sitting in the audience and they were also unaware of Matthew’s plan.

De Montfort Hall shared a video of the wedding proposal on Twitter.

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Natasha accepted the proposal after which Matthew and Natasha hugged each other on stage.

The 30-year-old actor felt nervous before the performance. He also revealed to BBC, “It was scary. I hadn't worked out where to put the ring after my costume change for the finale as it didn't have pockets - so when I bowed I thought it would fall out the belt.”

"I spend my life on stage - it's my happy place. Proposing on there fits me perfectly," Matthew added.

"I had no idea what he was going to do, it was incredible. It's the best way for us. We spend every day together on stage and shall carry on for however many more years to come," Natasha said.

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First published: 1 January 2020, 16:09 IST
 
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