Proposal etched in clay on field
A farmer's son proposed by popping the question etched in giant letters in the clay across a Norfolk field in Britain.
James Andrews flew with his partner of six years, Floss Allen, 31, over his father's farm in Rockland St Mary. Written across a 20-acre stubble field below were the words "Floss marry me?" and she said "Yes".
Mr Andrews, 32, who lives with his fiancee in East Sheen, London, said: "I wanted to come up with something original and romantic."
Mr Andrews's father John, 64, organised the writing of the message which came as a great surprise to Floss. "I drove round with my Land Rover and my tractor driver followed behind with a cultivator to mark out the letters," he said.
Mr Andrews, a project manager, and Miss Allen, a sponsorship manager at the Premier League, hope to get married next summer.
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