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Houston Texans' J.J. Watt Proposes to Little Girl in Cutest Wedding Ever

Photo Credit: JJ Watt Twitter (via Yahoo Sports)
Photo Credit: JJ Watt Twitter (via Yahoo Sports)
Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterJanuary 31, 2013

J.J. Watt is some kind of amazing, because he caught wind of a little girl who was distraught over not being old enough to marry her football hero, so he married her for a day. 

Yahoo! Sports reports on a story that will melt your heart like chocolate chip cookies getting warmed in the oven. 

It all started with six-year-old Breanna, who was featured in the viral video posted below. There, she cries to her mom because she just found out she can't marry J.J. Watt. The reason is she isn't 25, the age every little girl gets married in her head. 

Fortunately for this adorable little girl, Watt caught the video and tweeted this out to the masses of fans shouting "Awwwww."

A little sleuthing later, Watt was able to tweet this marvel. 

Above are just some wonderful moments from a match made in fairy tales. As for registry, Watt has that handled, offering, "Yeah, we're registered at Toys"R"Us."

We all cry over ridiculous stuff when we are kids. I am sure I shed a tear or three when I watched Optimus Prime die in Transformers: The Movie (for the record, I'm still balling about his death).

One of the most amazing parts of being a famous athlete is being able to do things like this. 

Sure there is money, fame and the whole playing your favorite sport for a living. 

Something tells me this will be among the more memorable events of Watt's career. I know I will remember this kind and wonderful act of awesome. 

 

Hit me up on Twitter for more things that make you go Awwww


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