Photo: Jen Hurd Bohn via Facebook
Yet again, the Internet has joined forces for love. One woman was recently vacationing in Paris, visiting the Eiffel Tower when she spotted a couple getting engaged. Naturally, like any good tourist, she had her camera ready and snapped the sweet moment. But because the iconic site seeing spot was so crowded, she couldn't actually catch the couple in time to get their information so she could share it with them. So, California native Jen Hurd Bohn took to Facebook to find the newly affianced duo.
First, she posted a few of the photos to her Facebook page with a simple message: "Saw this guy propose to this girl on the Eiffel Tower Sunday 6/21/15 wanted to send them the pics but was stuck in line. Help me find them!"
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Like any good love story, this has gone totally viral, with the likes of Full House star Candace Cameron-Bure and local news stations posting the images as well. Right now, her original post is raking in close to 200,000 shares!
In later comments, Bohn noted that she thinks they're American based on their clothing: "I've got friends across the country and by their clothes I'm guessing they're from the U.S.," she wrote in the comments section underneath her post. "Somebody knows somebody who was in Paris last week and got engaged...."
So far, no one has located the couple, but we're sure it's only a matter of minutes. After all, this is just like that man who snapped the newylwed couple by Tower Bridge last month and, thanks to the Internet, succeeded in finding the lovebirds.