Published: 00:00, 01 December 2016 |
Updated: 05:55, 05 December 2016
Chloe Miles was prepared for some thrills and spills as she took on a heart-stopping escape challenge in Canterbury – but she didn’t expect to come out a bride-to-be.
Long-term boyfriend Paul Wright got down on one knee to pop the question as the couple tackled the terrors of Canterbury Escape Room in St Peter’s Street.
Paul, 29, had planned the surprise proposal with the new attraction’s boss, Jonathan Fitter-Harding, who planted the engagement ring in a locked chest.
Chloe, 31, followed a series of clues before opening the chest and discovering the ring.
Paul then got down on knee and asked Chloe to be his wife.
The 31-year-old barber said: “She fell back against the wall, holding her face. There were tears. Then she gave me a big cuddle. It was spontaneous and unique. She absolutely loved it.”
The couple from Deal, who have been together 11 years and have two children, are planning their big day for 2019.
Visit www.canterburyescaperoom.com to find out more about the attraction.
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