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Tim Yap proposes to boyfriend Javi Pardo

/ 12:57 PM January 20, 2017

Host and TV personality Tim Yap proposed to his boyfriend, events director Javi Martinez Pardo during his Miss Universe-themed birthday party on Thursday.

Actress Lovi Poe caught the sweet moment on camera and shared it on Instagram.

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“When you have a good thing, you have to make it last forever,” said Yap.

He then went down on his knee and asked Pardo, “Javi, wear this ring and with all the people in the universe – I want to ask you: will you be my partner for life?”

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“When you have a good thing, you have to make it last forever.” ❤ i was crying like crazy while this was happening. i’m just so blessed to have witnessed the kind of love that you both shared before this even happened. ❤ i love you two!!! @direkjavi @officialtimyap ❤ #TYuniverse

A video posted by Lovi Poe (@poevirginia) on

Pardo excitedly nodded yes, and kissed Yap on the lips.   Guests cheered the newly-engaged couple.   Fashion designer Rajo Laurel also took to Instagram to congratulate the couple. CDG      

Congratulations my loves on your engagement!!! So happy for you both! @officialtimyap & @direkjavi #tyuniverse

A photo posted by Rajo Laurel (@rajolaurel) on

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