Cupid's Pulse Article: It’s Official! ‘Twilight’ Star Peter Facinelli Celebrates Celebrity Engagement with Jaimie AlexanderCupid's Pulse Article: It’s Official! ‘Twilight’ Star Peter Facinelli Celebrates Celebrity Engagement with Jaimie Alexander

By Maggie Manfredi

We hear wedding bells in Hollywood! According to, Twilight star Peter Facinelli proposed to Thor starlet Jaimie Alexander. The couple started dating in November of 2012, eight months after Facinelli’s divorce from Jennie Garth. The now engaged celebrity couple worked together on Nurse Jackie and Loosies. A source reported on the celebrity engagement, saying, “She knew it was coming but was overwhelmed during the proposal.”

Peter Facinelli delivered his celebrity engagement proposal on top of the Empire State Building. What are some ways to incorporate your favorite place in your marriage proposal?

Cupid’s Advice: 

A marriage proposal is a very special moment in any couple’s story. Cupid has some tips on how to ask your favorite person in the perfect spot:

1. Keep it simple: Do you and your significant other frequent a certain trail for walks, or do you enjoy a particular restaurant together? Even a favorite simple spot that holds a great deal of memories could be the perfect location for a proposal.

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2. Surprise: Is there somewhere that excites you that maybe you have never visited? Take your partner there. Keep things secretive, and make it a big surprise. Bonus points if you get a photographer to capture the moment, unbeknownst to your partner.

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3. Plan a vacation: Have your love pick out places to go or see while on your trip. This will help you understand where they are most excited to go and use that information to your advantage. Believe it or not, you’re basically having your partner set up the moment without them even realizing!

What do you think of this sweet celebrity couple? Share your thoughts below!