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Published: 08:00, 21 February 2013 |
Updated: 16:09, 09 January 2014
with Breakfast DJ Emma Saint
If you listen regularly to the kmfm Breakfast Show you will know that one of my worst habits is losing my house keys.
We’ve all done it at least once, but I seem to do it at least once a week and end up locking myself out.
Why, I hear you ask? Well, I was once told that having too many keys on your car key can ruin the ignition barrel. I’m no mechanic, but ever since then I have always kept my keys on separate bunches just in case!
This little foible of mine was mentioned a few times on the show last week, and Rob felt sorry for my other half Mike, who has to keep rushing home to let me back in, so they planned a little surprise for me.
I have been hinting at wanting to get engaged for quite a while, and when Valentine’s Day came around, Mike arrived in the studio and “proposed” live on air. He took off his top and gave a lovely speech before getting down on one knee and holding out a small box that contained...a spare door key!
I had to laugh but I’ve warned Rob I will be getting my own back!
The video can still be seen online at www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOqralhZrQg
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As I sit at my desk staring out of the window, wishing it would get just a little bit warmer outside, he is swanning around in the sunshine!
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