Wedding bells! Bachelorette star Luke McLeod shares the moment he shocked his girlfriend Brittany Bennett with a proposal by the beach
He tried and failed to win Sophie Monk’s heart on the 2017 season of The Bachelorette.
But it looks like Luke McLeod has finally found true love, with the reality TV star successfully proposing to his health ad girlfriend Brittany Bennett over the weekend.
McLeod shared an Instagram video of himself shocking Bennett with the beachside proposal.
She said yes! Luke McLeod has finally found true love, as the reality TV star successfully proposed to his health ad girlfriend Brittany Bennett over the weekend. Both pictured
The meditation guide pretended to set up the camera to take a photo of the couple, while recording a video instead.
Brittany couldn’t hide her surprise when Luke pulled a ring box out of his pocket and dropped to one knee.
“It’s so beautiful,” she gasped, before telling McLeod, “Yes.”
Bolt from the blue: McLeod shared an Instagram video of himself shocking Bennett with the beachside proposal
He also shared a photo of Brittany flashing her new sparkler and captioned the post, “Now and forever my love @brittanybnet.”
McLeod and Expert Hub founder Bennett started dating in 2019.
Since his time on The Bachelorette, Luke has kept himself busy focusing on his meditation work through his company Soul Alive.
At one with nature: Since his time on The Bachelorette, Luke has kept himself busy focusing on his meditation work through his company Soul Alive
The good news comes after Channel 10 axed The Bachelorette after last season’s dismal ratings.
Beverley McGarvey, executive vice-president of Paramount Australia, has confirmed that the series will not return to screens in 2022.
“We probably won’t have an iteration of The Bachelorette airing this year,” she told TV Tonight.
Brooke Blurton’s 2021 season has drawn the lowest viewership since the show’s Australian launch in 2015.
Unlucky: McLeod tried and failed to win the heart of Sophie Monk during the 2017 season of The Bachelorette