Ever heard about luxury weddings and proposals? I bet this one will make you say WHAT THE HELL.
A Saudi prince flew in hundreds of friends and family members to be a part of a marriage proposal on a very expensive site “The Pyramids of Giza.” Costing a measly $40 million, according to BBC.
As part of the deal, locals and tourists were denied access to the site, where a party was then held, which we’re assuming still consisted of hours of taking silly selfies.
To achieve a dream that big, the Saudi Prince reached out for help from a UK-based concierge company, which took care of all necessary official permits and logistics to achieve such a phenomenal vision. We bet this is one proposal which will be forever embedded in the memory of the attendees, because not many people get to brag they practically owned the world’s most breathtaking and historical site for a few hours. Fortunately, the answer was yes.