Man proposes to female friend at Stereophonics gig in entrance of all of her circle of relatives who had been in on the name of the game

A “relieved and extremely happy” guy has shared his outstanding proposal at a Stereophonics gig to his female friend 4 months within the making which all of her circle of relatives have been in on. At the Phonics’ gig within the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Friday night, Rhys Davies were given down on one knee for now fiancé Amberley Ruck in entrance of all of her circle of relatives all the way through their favorite tune ‘I Wanna Get Lost With You’.

But Amberley was once nonetheless so unsuspecting that she had concept Rhys had dropped one thing and requested him what the subject was once earlier than her confusion changed into “complete shock”. Elsewhere within the stadium, Rhys had organised for Amberley’s mom and her two brothers to carry a banner up congratulating them, whilst Amberley’s dad and his spouse waved torches within the air.

Rhys’ plan had virtually come in combination in absolute best model – however there was once one slight hiccup. “I wanted to film the whole thing but I was so nervous I dropped my phone and ended up turning the video off,” he laughed.

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Amberley stated the whole lot was once absolute best concerning the proposal which Rhys selected to do all the way through their favorite tune

“It was an incredible experience and I really just wanted to thank everyone involved and Stereophonics for helping to make it happen. That’s our song really if you know what I mean. We love them and we love the song, and I thought it was the perfect moment for me to do it. It’s a hugely special memory which will stay with us forever and we’ll all have that as a family.”

The couple met 4 years in the past once they joined the trip insurance coverage staff at Admiral in Cardiff, and issues went so neatly they now reside in combination in Caerphilly close to Amberley’s circle of relatives. Recalling extra of the evening of the proposal Rhys, 41, persisted: “We were at the back of the stadium by the scoreboard right in the middle. Amberley’s mum was sat in the corner with Amberley’s brothers and their dad was sitting in the middle section with his partner.

“They were actually all in on it and they agreed it was the perfect time. The song and the band mean so much to us, the venue means so much to us because Amberley is an international rugby league player for Wales and she scored a try and conversion for her club side there in a final just a couple of months ago.

“Her father is a massive rugby fan too. The stadium holds a lot of very happy memories for us.” You can glance thru the most efficient photos from the evening right here.

Amberley, 27, stated: “I really had no idea. Honestly it was perfect – the boy did good. I was completely shocked, and yet apparently everyone else knew!

“When he got down on one knee I genuinely thought he’d dropped something and then I saw the ring in his hand and I couldn’t believe it. That was followed by an: ‘Oh my God what are you doing?’ And then a definite yes.

“I grew up listening to the Stereophonics in my dad’s car all the time and pretty much know all the words to every song. It was really special that it happened there.”



Amberley was once so unsuspecting of the proposal that she had first of all concept Rhys had dropped one thing

Rhys stated he was once shocked at how frightened he was once and that he “couldn’t forestall shaking for quarter-hour” even after the proposal. “I was okay until Stereophonics started preparing to come on and I just got really nervous.

“I knew when I got down on one knee she hadn’t realised what I was doing. Then I saw the sudden realisation dawned on her and she started crying.

“The people behind us of course saw what happened and started congratulating us and shaking our hands, and they kindly took our photo. I was so nervous at that point my hands just couldn’t stop shaking for 15 minutes.

“I was pretty confident she’d say yes, but you can never be sure can you? I feel so relieved because she said yes and because it’s been months in the planning and it went so well. I’m very happy.”



Stereophonics’ lead singer, Kelly Jones, knocks out the hits on the Principality, Cardiff town centre

As but there aren’t any rapid plans for the marriage. The glad couple is spending time celebrating with circle of relatives, buddies and associates. “It’s been nice. We were given a taxi again to Caerphilly and had a few of her circle of relatives again to stick right here the evening and we had a bottle of Champagne,” Rhys stated.

Amberley added: “We’re going to mum’s now to have some food and a little celebration. We’re then back in the office on Monday so I’m sure there’ll be some celebrations, and then we’ll have to remember to get some work done.”

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