A man proposed to his girlfriend using the voice recording of her late father, in which he gave the man his blessings to marry his daughter days before he passed away.
In a viral video on TikTok, the unnamed man can be seen proposing to his girlfriend named Emily – he presented her with a ring as her late father’s voice comes out on the TV granting the guy permission to marry his daughter.
“Son, you’ve got my permission as much as I can give it to you in this short time I have left on this Earth,” the voice says.
“I know you love Emily, and I know you’ll take care of her. God bless you, and you have my blessing son.”
Emily starts crying and turns around to see her man sitting on one knee with a ring in his hand.
“I know how important it was to you for me to get your father’s permission, and I was able to get that just a few days ago. Will you marry me?” he asked.
She immediately said ‘yes’ while sobbing, and the pair hugged.
“Her dad passed away, but he was still able to get his blessing,” TikTok user Hannah Schibi wrote in the caption.
The clip amassed over 16 million views on TikTok and received thousands of comments, all adoring the lovely couple and gushing over the sweet proposal.
“I’m dead inside, and this made me cry!” one wrote.
“My man was raised right! That was epic,” a second said.
“Not only did he get the permission, he got her that recording that she can listen to when she needs to feel close to her dad,” a third added.
“the most beautyfull proposal ever,” said a fourth. “Bro. I need 7-10 business days to recover from this.”
“This is the ONLY proposal video that’s ever given me chills I literally hate all of them BUT THIS,” another viewer commented.
“I have goosebumps so hard that it hurts. So beautiful, may God bless you both,” wrote another.
“My dad just recently passed and I’m balling, so glad my dad got to give my husband his blessing,” someone said.
“That had to be the most special thing!!! Congratulations and may you have a lifetime of happiness,” said someone else.
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