54-year-old fashion guru proposes to his boyfriend with a flash mob in a NY restaurant
Almost everyone loves weddings. They are happy events that celebrate the union of two souls that deeply love each other, all in front of their friends and families.
Although marriage doesn't hold the same traditional value that it once did, it is still a very common practice and, fortunately, gay people can now have that same right. On April 5, 2018, March Jobs took his chance.
The designer took his soulmate, Charly DeFrancesco, to Chipotle, a Mexican food restaurant, in New York City, and surprised him by popping the question, as reported by the Daily Mail.
But it wasn't a simple proposal. Although Jobs got on one knee, as tradition requires it, he also organized a flash mob that showed up out of nowhere and started dancing to Prince's hit song Kiss.
The moment was captured on video and the fashion guru later uploaded it to his Instagram account, where he shared it with all of his fans and followers. The expression on DeFrancesco's face was priceless.
According to the source, despite all the ruckus, the other people in the diner weren't bothered by the special moment, and some even applauded the happy couple.
DeFrancesco certainly didn't expect what took place that night, especially because he thought that they were just celebrating his birthday. He ended up receiving a greater gift than he ever imagined.
As reported by the Daily Mail, this isn't the first time that Jobs has been engaged. In fact, he was previously set to marry Lorenzo Martone, whom he had been dating since 2008. They split up a year after the engagement announcement.
Despite the separation, they remain good friends to this day. It isn't known whether Martone will be invited to Jobs and DeFrancesco's wedding, but the ceremony promises to be a grand event.