RAMM is for romance
25 March 2019
RAMM is home to a million thoughts but Adam only had one on his mind when he visited RAMM yesterday. Will Lucy say ‘Yes’ when he popped the question?
Lucy thought they’d come to meet friends whose son is learning learn about the Romans for a school project. She had no idea that the whole visit had been carefully choreographed. On passing the displays in the central courtyard she was surprised see a very modern-looking diamond ring tucked between a tray of moths and a medieval stone carving. Surprise turned to amazement as she read the caption.
It was here that my life forever changed for the better.
Would you do me the honour of being my wife?
Proposing at RAMM
Adam wanted to propose to Lucy in RAMM because “it’s where we went on our first date. We had a great time and loads of laughs. We have been pretty much inseparable since that day. It will now always be a special place for us.”
They discovered their shared interest in history. They particularly love the Roman displays and the 18th-century model of Exeter. Gerald, RAMM’s iconic giraffe, is also a favourite.
Happy and excited, Lucy said yes.
“I’m very lucky to have Lucy in my life and RAMM was the perfect place to ask her to marry me.” Adam added that he is planning on inviting Gerald to the wedding “he can bring the elephant for a plus one! I do however expect him to be in a suit!!”
Who knows, the reception may even be held in the museum. Jacqui Channon (Venue Hire at RAMM) said “We’d be delighted to welcome Adam and Lucy back to the museum to for their wedding reception and for a bit of a knees up with Gerald.”