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With people proposing to their partners at places such as the Eiffel Tower, an incident wherein a man proposing to his partner in KFC garnered attention

Written By Ruchit Rastogi | Mumbai | Updated On:

With people proposing to their partners in locations such as the Eiffel Tower, the Amalfi Coast in Italy, a recent incident wherein a South African man proposing to his partner and she saying yes in a KFC outlet has gone viral. The special moment was captured on camera and then shared on the fast-food chain's official South African twitter handle. Staff asked other customers to help them out in identifying the couple.

A wonderful gesture by KFC

KFC's post on Twitter asked people to help them find the couple and DM them with any leads and also added that there may be a surprise in store for the person who helps them out.

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As soon as KFC put out the tweet, people found the couple in no time with the fast-food chain promising them a celebration that they would always remember. KFC posted a tweet thanking everyone who helped them and called them wonderful people. They further added that it was because of them the wedding would now be possible.

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A completely sponsored wedding

The incident saw a South African airline sponsoring the couple's honeymoon wherein they said that kulula holidays were giving them a holiday package for Cape Town that included flights and accommodation.

Also, a nail artist offered to help out the couple by saying that she would do a free manicure and a pedicure for the bride to be.
Another company promised to provide jewelry for the joyous occasion wherein they said that they would send a necklace, bracelet, and earrings for the lady to wear it on her wedding day.

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