During the 45th iteration of LGBT citizens London celebrated it’s Pride month and something even more amazing happened during this celebration. Read the article to know what happened during the celebration.
A record 26,000 people descended on the capital.
The celebration parade traversed 1.4 miles through the centre of London, passing through Oxford Circus and Regent Street along the way.
London Pride 2017 marks 50 years since homosexuality was decriminalised in the United Kingdom.
It was an amazing site to see when thousands of people from all over the world came together to celebrate equal rights, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. Also the law enforcement helped to keep the peace and ensured that everyone was safe during the festivities.
But one police officer got involved in the celebrations of his own.
During the the celebrations one on-duty police officer set aside his duties for a second and joined a street band for a second. The police office joined the celebration with a dazzling guitar solo,
A female officer named Dizzy.
The female office Dizzy was just overseeing the parade alongside her colleagues, everybody had a fun time in the parade and it create a great awareness among the citizens of the country.
The police officer Dizzy was prepare for many eventualities, but something different was coming her way that she was not prepared for.
Jane who was Dizzy’s girlfriend for 5 years got down on one knee as cheers erupted through the crowded streets. Dizzy blushing all the way said yes, and the two shared a warm, loving embrace in a moment.
Dizzy got engaged to her partner.
This beautiful moment was captured and shared to British Transport Police’s 110,000 followers, with over 35,000 people sharing the lovely moment online.
People are expressing their wishes on twitter.
One of the follower on Twitter, tweeted…
Dizzy and Jane’s delightful engagement marks the second year in a row that a police officer has got engaged at a Pride parade in London.
London mayor Sadiq Khan who was also in the parade said:
“You’re free to be who you want to be and you’re free to love who you want to love”. “They help make London the greatest city in the world. Economically, culturally and socially I want London to be a beacon for the rest of the world in how we do it… Love happens here is a powerful message. My response to hatred is love. My response to those who want to divide and try to unite us and my message to those who want to send a message that somehow we’re going to change as a city is this: we’re not.”