8 famous women who proposed to their partners

8 famous women who proposed to their partners. The stereotype that a man should always take the initiative in relationships is gradually becoming a thing of the past. A modern woman can not only invite a date, but also make a marriage proposal, however, such examples have occurred before. Heroine collected stories of famous and successful women who took the initiative in their own hands. As February 14th approaches, this is a good reminder that romantic gestures can come from you too.


1. Elizabeth Taylor

The legend of American cinema Elizabeth Taylor was married eight times to seven men and only once did she propose to a man. It was her second lover, actor Michael Wilding. Taylor proposed marriage to him on the set of a film in England in 1952. The marriage lasted five years.


2. Diane von Furstenberg

French and American fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg married American media mogul and billionaire Barry Diller in 2001. Prior to this, she had repeatedly rejected his marriage proposal, until, in the end, she decided to take the initiative into her own hands.

Once I did not know what to give him for his birthday, and called him and said: “You know, if you want, on your birthday I will marry you.” He replied, “Let’s see if I can arrange it.”


3. Judith Sheindlin

Judith Sheindlin, better known as “Judge Judy,” is an American judge, attorney, and popular television personality who created one of the highest-rated television shows in US history. Judith did not wait for her second husband, Jerry, to propose to her and she herself started talking about marriage.

I asked him, “Where is this relationship going?” And he tried to get out of this situation with his: “Well, you know why we should get married?” Anything. In the end, he capitulated. I told him to pick a date. He chose Flag Day.


4. Pink

Singer Pink received an offer twice from her lover, motocross racer Carey Hart, but refused. In 2005, she herself made a reciprocal step. During Hart’s Mammoth Lakes race, Pink picked up a sign that read “Will you marry me?” On the back was written, “I’m serious!” The couple signed in Costa Rica the following year. Now they are raising two children – a daughter and a son.


5. Britney Spears

Britney Spears herself proposed to dancer and model Kevin Federline when they flew from Ireland to New York.

I suddenly asked: “What if you want to get married?” And I sort of moved on to asking him if he would marry me.

— said the singer in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Their marriage lasted only two years, during which time Britney gave birth to two sons.


6. Kristen Bell

Actress Kristen Bell has been dating co-star Dax Shepard since 2007, and in 2010 the couple announced their engagement. However, Kristen and Dax were in no hurry to marry, they considered that they would do it only when every couple in California received such a right. When the Supreme Court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013 and thereby legalized same-sex unions, Bell proposed to Shepard on her Twitter. Dax agreed. The couple is still together and has two daughters.


7. Hayley Lou Richardson

The 25-year-old actress has been dating actor Brett Dear since 2012. In 2018, the couple announced their engagement, Hayley herself proposed.

I just asked. Neither of us are crazy romantics, so nothing was planned. He was sitting there eating pizza and telling me a joke that Shia LaBeouf said in an interview and he was, like, pretending to be Shia LaBeouf while explaining the joke, and for some reason, I just interrupted him and said, “Do you want to marry me? »


8. Lindsey Vonn

American skier and Olympic champion Lindsey Vonn announced her engagement to hockey player PK Subban in August 2019. Later, the girl decided that the guy also deserved an offer, and wrote on her Twitter that she had made this romantic gesture towards Subban.

Women aren’t the only ones who should get engagement rings! 8 famous women who proposed to their partners.

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