A fairy tale…Who hasn’t dreamed of a proposal with a blue prince? Well…these stories happen, like the lotto, one in a million but when they do, we all sympathize or die of envy to be Ms. Middleton or Erin Hasan!
Liam McIntyre (actor from Spartacus) proposed to his GF of 2 years, also actress, Erin. He prepared the setting in Disney World.
So original…but as Erin’s own words:
Liam had one of the characters from Cinderella come to my door. They then took me to a room and I got a makeover, and they had custom-made me a dress based on my three favorite Disney princesses.
Liam was waiting outside dressed as a prince and then we had a private dinner with all of my favorite food.
Finally he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him!
Liam has prepared this a year ago. He had designed the ring himself too. So detailed.
It is massive. It’s got two pink diamonds on the side, 150 diamonds in the whole ring. Plus eight is my lucky number, so Liam put two eights on the ring and filled them with diamonds.
It’s got two music notes on both sides and because I play Glinda in Wicked, Liam imprinted the picture of the wand with a diamond in the middle.
We feel so glad there are still gentlemen out there who come to recue princesses in real life.
Hasan is still amazed at this magical tale. She adds:
It was unbelievable. I knew Liam likes to put on a show but this was amazing.
The couple plan to get married in early 2014 in their native Australia.
She is an operatically trained lyric soprano, with a vast expertise in musical theatre performing, specifically opera and operetta.
From age 15 she knew performing was her thing. She interpreted the role of Laurey in Oklahoma when in high school. She kept on working on local productions and kept on studying for 8 years with tenor Jon Weaving. She obtained a scholarship to study classical voice at Melba Conservatorium of Music in 2004. She has interpreted Wendy in Peter Pan, Julie in Carousel, Ensemble in the Opera Carmen, Kathy in Company and Eurydice in the Operetta Orpheus in the Underworld.
Her grand debut was in the Australian premiere of Wicked as the Glinda The Good Witch alternate, performing the role over 150 times. The Melbourne and Sydney seasons included the additional highlights of performing at Carols by Candlelight, Melbourne Town Hall, Federation Square, Hats Off, and the inaugural Rob Guest Endowment. She also played Rapunzel in Into the Woods for the Rob Guest Endowment with GFO in 2010 at the Capitol Theatre.
On her recent works, we can find her interpreting Christine Daae in Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Love Never Dies Australian season touring Melbourne and Sydney. She interpreted Vernon God Little in the role of Mom/Doris at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney.
This year she recorded her first album ’8′. It is classical with a twist of opera and Disney classics.