It was last weekend, clearly at the place that she posted. I’m sure it was very ~aesthetic~ and hipster-y.
I’ve known since November that she was engaged, and that she was getting married in August. It’s not been a *super* well-kept secret, but I didn’t really want to mention anything unless Charlotte did. So I’ve had all this on my chest since this event, and now I will share bits of what I know!
They’ve been engaged since sometime in September. She was the one who proposed to him.
It was a surprise to everybody in her life, who thought that she was never going to get married (because she wasn’t the type). She had some qualms herself, but was so excited about it as well.
Her now-husband and her had been dating for 11 or 12 years. We’ve met, and I’ve spent a bit of time around him. He’s a really nice guy, very quiet and private, but also quite sociable and friendly once he warms up. They have the same sense of humour. They’re adorable together, and very, very much in love.
“His head fascinated me, the colour, the finish, the surface,” Guggi remembers. “[…] - and I thought Dave looked like an ‘Inchicore’, which is a little village on the west side of Dublin. It captured what was going on physically in his head. It sounds the way he is. Then it got abbreviated to ‘The Edge’ and then ‘Edge’. These days there are even a few people who call him ‘Reg’.”
Let’s talk about the way Bokuto says Akaashi’s name, please.
It’s not just “Akaashi”. It’s like “Akaaaaashi”, extending the sound of the “a”, as if he wanted to have Akaashi’s name in his mouth as long as possible. Also, he puts the accent in the second “a”, and not only that, but he pronounces it with a very specific pitch. He says “ AkaAAAAshi”, as if he were making sure that Akashi will really listen to him. Also, he says this strong “A” almost like he’s pouting; his very own way of “look at me, look at me, LOOK AT ME”. Just like a little spoiled child. A very enthusiastic child, indeed.
Summarizing: Bokuto loves Akaashi with his all. And he shows it in every way possible, starting with the way he pronounces his name.