This is the touching moment a woman proposed to her partner – and her daughter asked him to adopt her at the same time.
Laura Curtis, 35, popped the question to Peter Davies inside a 19th Century tower – before Madison, 13, asked him to formally adopt her.
The family-of-four – with daughter Savanna, nine – pose for a photograph before Laura breaks tradition to ask for Peter’s hand.
She says: “These past few years have been so hard for us and I feel blessed to have you by my side.
“No matter what mountain we have to climb, or whatever battle we have to win, I want you by my side.”
The couple, from Gillingham, Kent, have been through a number of difficult events including a botched operation which left Laura on crutches.
It sidelined their plans to get married – but Laura read that Yeovil Show were looking for someone to make use of the Rose Tower for a marriage proposal and saw it as a perfect opportunity.
Sam Mackenzie Green, event director, said: ‘The Rose Tower is a folly that has never served any particular purpose, other than to look very beautiful.
”We really wanted to put it to good use at Yeovil this year and we and may even look at applying for a wedding licence for it in the future.’
The tower in Barwick Park, Yeovil, Somerset is one four follies in the park – and is thought to date back to 1820.
Organisers lined the tower with white balloons and colourful buntings to match the girls’ summer outfits.