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Many men decide to propose in romantic locales like Paris or Rome, but Stefano Inve decided to defy expectation by popping the question while traveling from one picturesque destination to another.


According to Business Insider, Vittoria Stabile is a flight attendant for Emirates, and thought her day was going to be like any other one as she arrived at work and prepared for travel from Rome to Dubai.



Little did she know that her boyfriend, Stefano, was also onboard the flight, and (with the help of her fellow flight attendants) had decorated the cabin with hearts and streamers. He also enlisted the help of the passengers to make the moment extra special.

As Stabile emerged from the galley, she was greeted by the sight of decorations, passengers giving her roses, and many people holding up pictures of Stefano's face. Immediately tearing up, she made her way down the aisle, collecting a bouquet of roses along the way.



Waiting for her at the back of the plane was Stefano, who, after a long hug and some romantic words, got down on one knee to ask his question. Good news: she said yes!

The whole proposal was captured on video from countless angles, which Emirates cut together and posted to their Instagram account. It now has nearly 560k views, and internet users can't get enough of the couple's romance!








It was definitely an interesting shift for Vittoria.



Many were just glad she said yes...



But, considering it all went off without a hitch, this will surely be remembered as one of the most unique proposals around.





Congratulations, Vittoria and Stefano! May the rest of your days be filled with happiness.




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