This is the moment a man proposed to his girlfriend at 10,000 feet before they skydived back to earth together.
Blake Miller, 26, popped the question to Laura Wittmann, 26, by getting down on one knee in the plane taking them to their death-defying jump.
Laura, a behavioral therapist, was shocked when Blake, a welder, pulled out an engagement ring as they both sat in harnesses.
She immediately said yes and kissed her boyfriend of four years, resulting in a hilarious clash of their helmets.
Laura and Blake, of Freeport, Florida, are now planning a wedding that will be just as adrenaline-packed as the proposal.
The couple, who have a son, Finn, three months, together, will tie the knot in a hot air balloon before skydiving out of the balloon as husband and wife.
Blake said: “We are both so passionate about skydiving.
“There was no other place that I wanted to propose than when we were on a jump together.”
He revealed that he had been planning to propose for two months but wanted to wait for the perfect jump.
“I brought the ring with me every time we went to the skydiving center but it was never the right jump with the right conditions.”
But the weather on April 28 2019 was perfect and the couple’s friend Josh Maxfield had just received a license which meant he was allowed to wear a camera on his helmet and film the proposal.
Blake said: “He had the camera secretly filming as we were going up to altitude.”
He was racked with nerves before getting down on one knee.
“I was extremely nervous.
“I was worried Laura would get emotional and make the jump a little harder.
“I made sure I proposed half way up so we had enough time to settle down and focus on the jump.”
The proposal shocked Laura who said she had no idea that Blake was even thinking of marriage.
“I hadn’t expected it at all,” she said.
“It was a normal jump with our friends.
“Blake was moving around in the plane and I was getting annoyed with him because you are not supposed to do that.
“When he turned around, I was kind of mad at him but then he proposed and it was really awesome.”
Laura immediately said yes and explained that her only worry was holding on to the silver ring with a sky blue stone during the skydive.
“I was just worried about the ring.
“I put it on my finger and closed my fist during the jump.”
The couple had to postpone their plans for a hot air balloon wedding followed by a skydive when Laura became pregnant with Finn.
Laura said: “We have a whole crazy plan for when we get married but we couldn’t do it because I got pregnant.
“We are planning to do it this summer or at the end of the year, it depends on when we can get the money together.
“For skydiving you need different licenses to be able to do certain jumps.
“We are ten jumps away from being B license skydivers which means we can jump out of helicopters and hot air balloons.”
The couple fell in love with the adrenaline-filled activity after Laura gave Blake a skydive for his 24th birthday.
Blake said: “Laura came too and I let her jump out first.
“As soon as we landed, we started looking for a skydiving school.
“It was so much fun.”