Gunter Sachs – was the name of a guy who, in 1966, made a rain of red roses falling from the helicopter for his beloved woman. A few days earlier Sachs and Brigitte Bardot said to each other “yes” in a church in Las Vegas.
Actor Brendan Fraser confessed his love Afton Smith, walking along the embankment in Paris. The man stopped, pulled out the camera and then opened tail of his jacket and took a picture of a surprised look of a girl who had read hidden under clothing a phrase “Honey, will you marry me?”.
Another romantic story is connected with helicopters. In 2008 Prince William stole his beloved Kate in a military helicopter from a private party. The girl acknowledged his deed.
Actor Johnny Depp has surprised his girlfriend Vanessa Paradis with a vineyard purchase in honor of the singer’s work on her new album.
Australian singer Keith Urban dedicates each of his song to his wife Nicole Kidman. Oh, it’s so romantic!
For a perfect declaration of love you do not need a wallet full of money. It all was proved by George Bratman, the ex-husband of Christina Aguilera. He hid coveted ring in the box. Put it into another box, then another one… the actress had to make a real hunt for the ring.
Singer Seal also devoted his wife, top model Heidi Klum, romantic song «Secret», and even took video with the story of their love. Most spectators liked it very much.
A huge box was presented with Jennifer Gardner for her 33th birthday from her boyfriend Ben Affleck. Present was brought by the truck at the party. Actress expected to see in this huge box a car, but found the ring.
Music producer Mark Ronson has presented his woman a puzzle with the words “Will you marry me?” Josephine de La Baume folded the picture and said “Yes”.
The most romantic gesture may not even cost you a penny. For example, the Spanish footballer Raul Gonzalez Blanco, who made a record for number of goals in the UEFA Champions League, each time scores, kisses his wedding ring. Raul and his wife, former model Mamen Sanz are together since 1999 and they have five growing up children.