2020 sounds like a great year for a wedding.
Originally Appeared on Glamour
On New Year's Day, Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev shared the news that they had been engaged for two months. The former WWE wrestler took to Instagram posting a photo of the romantic proposal in France—complete with red roses and string quartet—as well as a gorgeous emerald cut engagement ring. “Excited for 2020 and the next decade with you @TheArtemC. I said yes in France in November! We have been trying to keep it a secret but really wanted to share our excitement for the New Year!” she captioned the pics.
Chigvintsev, a Dancing With the Stars pro, also posted to social media, penning, “You are the best thing that has ever happened to me. So excited for what's to come I love you more than anything and thank you for saying ‘Yes.’”
The couple met in 2017 when they were partners for the 25th season of the dancing competition show. But they didn't begin dating until late 2018, after Bella had broken things off with her fiancé at the time, John Cena.
cup of tea: I don't think only respect several thousand of ethical groups interest and let millions of others lost chance to have electricity and development is fair at all. You can always find someone disagree on some big project, as long as it has more than 10 people involved. With developed country had the highest rate of utilization of all the nature resources like hydro, thermal, fussile, and build most of road/rail per person, why they are so enthusiastic to blame poor people to develop anything to make them closer to the developed country? Do they think it is respectful to force poor people keeps in poverty? And don't provide any alternatives? Don't tell me solar or wind is the solution. They have big eco consequences too. And much expensive for init cost. And much shorter life span (20 years at the most vs 100 years for hydrodam ). US and Canada utilized 60% plus of tapible hydropower. While China is only sub 30%. And most of developing countries less than 10%.