Watch As Florence + The Machine Helps A Fan Propose To Her Girlfriend


Florence + The Machine made romantic dreams a reality during a show in Edinburgh, Scotland, last week.

The band were performing at the Summer Sessions gig at Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens on Thursday night Aug. 8th.

, Watch As Florence + The Machine Helps A Fan Propose To Her Girlfriend

Florence Welch brought a couple, named as Steph and Jenny, onto the stage. Welch informed the crowd that Steph had “a very special request, and I’m fulfilling this request. Steph has something she would like to ask you.”

Steph then took the microphone and got down on one knee for a very touching proposal to Jenny:

“From the moment I met you I was in love. I know the future will always be uncertain and difficult, but one thing that I know I want for certain is for us to grow old together and to call you my wife.”

Festival organisers shared the special moment on twitter saying: “A summer of love! An incredible setting with a perfect proposal at @florencemachine this evening. Congratulations to the happy couple! You’ve got the love I need to see me through…”

Welch was delighted following the proposal, as all three women hugged centre stage.
“Jenny and Steph we wish you so much love,” the singer said before dedicating a song to the couple.

According to Billboard, Florence + The Machine are getting ready to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their 2009 debut record, Lungs, on Aug. 16th.

The release comes with a lavish box set which comprises of the original drop on pink vinyl with an LP of bonus material, postcards and inserts with never before seen images from the time and three previously unreleased demos.

There will also be an acoustic version of “My Boy Builds Coffins” and a cover of the Beatles’ “Oh! Darling” that was captured live at Abbey Road Studios.

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