That was the question Paul Frostwick from Norfolk asked his girlfriend on Saturday with the help of two special donkeys!
After being together for 9 years, Paul decided he wanted to pop the question to Sally with the help of Teddy (aged 12) and Sally (aged 31), two donkeys he had seen during previous visits with the perfect names for such an occasion!
Little did Sally know when she arrived today with Paul and their friends (who were in on the surprise) that staff had been helping to set up the special occasion. Paul had arranged for flowers to be delivered to the Visitors' Centre and Teddy had been given the responsibility of holding the engagement ring on a beautiful purple ribbon tied in a bow around his neck.
In readiness for the big day, Sally and Teddy's groom, Emma, had tucked them up for the night in their rugs to keep them warm ... and clean! She had even made special collars for the donkeys to wear with glitter and bows on.
With the scene all set, Sally waited on the Main Yard to play her part in the surprise, while Teddy waited in the wings for his cue from Paul to deliver the engagement ring.
The two Sally's met and there were cuddles and excitement at finding her favourite donkey with the same name. The moment had arrived for Paul to ask Sally: "Will you marry me?"
There were cheers all around as she accepted Paul's proposal and while cuddling Teddy she said: "He's just so gorgeous you can see why I love him. It's a shame we don't live round here as both Teddy and Sally could come to our wedding!"
Our founder, Dr Elisabeth Svendsen, wasn't able to greet Paul and Sally today but signed a copy of her new book "Not Just Donkeys" for them both to mark the special occasion.
Paul said: "The reason why I asked Sally to marry me at the Sanctuary is because she is completely potty about donkeys and the Sanctuary holds a special place in her heart.
"Sally used to work for an equine rescue centre in Norfolk and she was spending as much time with them as possible, grooming, etc. When we have visited the Sanctuary in the past, I knew this would be the place to pop the question when the time came due to the relaxed and general good feel that I had whilst at the Sanctuary."
If you would like to wish Paul and Sally good luck for the future, please post a comment for them to read.