Such joy!

 

We came across the sweetest video that has blasted our Monday blues away.

 

Ashley Greenhalgh and her boyfriend Danny, who were both born with Down syndrome, have been dating for two years – so on Ashley’s milestone 21st birthday Danny wanted to do something extra special for his number one lady.

 

So the old romantic got down on one knee in front of her family and pledged his love with a diamond promise ring!

 

 

The video of the surprise engagement was caught on camera by Ashley’s sister Courtney, who accompanied the footage with a beautiful caption:

 

“Both Danny and Ashley were born with Down syndrome; not only do they both share an unconditional love for one another, they show a genuine appreciation for life on a daily basis,” she wrote.

 

“Danny and my sister have been dating for two years and couldn’t be more perfect for each other. They both have each other’s best interests at heart. Danny and Ashley talk about getting married in the future; while they know that the timing isn’t right just yet, Danny wanted to go out of his way to let my sister know that he will always be there for her and that he only has eyes for her. Danny saved up his own money from his job to get my sister a beautiful, diamond promise ring. The presentation of the ring takes this thoughtful gift to a whole new level.”

 

 

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