Christina McLarty Proposed Twice By David Arquette

Posted: Jul 10 2014, 10:17am CDT | by , in Latest Celebrity News


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Christina McLarty Proposed Twice by David Arquette
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Christina McLarty is now happily engaged to David Arquette. But Arquette had to propose Arquette twice for a "yes."

To get a "yes" from Christina McLarty was not that easy for David Arquette and he has to propose her twice for positive answer. Watch happy couple of David Arquette and Christina McLarty and also the engagement ring in Photo Gallery below.

McLarty said that they "were at a restaurant in Malibu" when Arquette proposed her. However, he did not propose her inside. Arquette said, "I take her outside…and then I ask her, and she's like, 'No, what are you doing? There are so many people watching!'" He added: "I had a do-over, and it worked."

Christina McLarty and David Arquette engagement was done on 2nd July. The couple dated each other on and off for three years before getting engaged. McLarty and Arquette have also become parents of a son named Charlie West who is 2-month-old now.

An insider told Us Weekly that Arquette had already planned for this proposal. He is "known he wanted to marry Christina for a long time." And after the engagement, McLarty said that she feels "like the luckiest girl in the world."

David Arquette was previously married to Courteney Cox. They remained married for 11 years. The couple also share a 10-year-old daughter Coco. Few days earlier to Arquette engagement, Courteney Cox also announced her engagement to Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid. What a coincidence it is!

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