||ACE Comic Con has same-sex marriage proposal
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At ACE Comic Con, which took place Oct. 11-13 in Rosemont, John Chambrone proposed to his boyfriend, Richard Owenwhile Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson ( Captain Marvel ) witnessed the event.
"Brie Larson was amazing! He said yes and we both put the ring on his finger," Chambrone wrote in a Facebook post. "As we were walking away, Richard said he saw her tear up a bit."
He added, "We are both so happy that we have been crying on and off all night. I never in my life thought I would be this much in love with anyone, let alone want to marry them, but he truly is an amazing guy who shows me daily how much he loves me and I am crazy about him too."
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