Things We Saw Today: Brie Larson’s Photo Op Engagement Reaction Face Is Emotional Sunshine
Brie Larson was taking pictures with fans at Comic Con recently when one ultra-mega-super fan took the opportunity to propose to his boyfriend. This isn’t the first geek photo-op proposal we’ve seen–not that that makes it any less sweet!–but it’s Brie’s reaction that puts this over the top.
Y’all I was present for a proposal and I am CHANGED. Much love to the happy couple!!!! https://t.co/UMc4WofFja
— Brie Larson (@brielarson) October 13, 2019
Look at her face! I hope you clicked through all the pictures because it is pure joy from start to finish.
Given her reaction, I doubt Larson would have had a problem stopping to chat with these two for a while but the proposer, John Chambrone, instead chose to hand her a note explaining why he picked this opportunity to pop the question to his boyfriend, Richard Owen.
“The movie meant a lot to us and I was so glad that he now shares my passion for the greatest superhero in all the known universes,” he wrote.
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What did you all see out there today?
(image: Marvel Studios)
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