supports HTML5 videoVeronica then took to the microphone, and announced that she couldn’t impress Alejandra with her Spanish when they met, but that she’d been practising.She then dropped to her knee and popped the question in both Spanish and English, with crew and passengers alike cheering them on.After a round of congratulations, the pair went to sit down and compose themelves.But an even bigger surprise was about to come, as Veronica had no idea that Alejandra was also planning to propose.Once they arrived at the gate at LAX, Alejandra got down on one knee and presented a ring.‘It’s awesome, I feel very, very loved today,’ Alejandra said.‘Alaska has always been my number one forever.
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