A North Dakota man brought his girlfriend to tears with an incredibly romantic wedding proposal Thursday morning while she was at work.
Of course, when the woman in question is reporter Kristi Larson, “at work” means he had to get down on one knee while she was on live television.
Larson is a reporter and on-air personality for Valley News Live, an NBC affiliate in Fargo, N.D.
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She had just wrapped up a live tease for her next segment when her boyfriend, Jaron Conner, strode onto the set, much to her confusion.
“What are you doing?” she asked as Conner approached her, even as the overjoyed face of the anchor makes it clear this is no accident.
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“I have something to tell you,” Conner said as Larson starts sobbing. “I’ve loved you since I first met you. You’re my best friend, my soul mate, and I want to spend the rest of my life with you.”
“Will you marry me?” Conner asked.
Luckily, she said yes.
“This made my day so much better,” Larson joked shortly after saying yes. “I woke up late for work today!”
Later, the newly-betrothed took to Facebook to share the news, and thanked her colleagues for keeping it a secret.
“Over the moon happy right now,” Larson wrote. “So many people were a part of this to keep it secret, and it really surprised me!”