Courtesy of US Weekly | Jean Dousset
The couple tells US magazine that they reunited three months ago and got engaged two weeks ago. They were reconnected during a meeting to discuss custody of their son.
Levi tells the magazine, "I really thought we were over. So when I went, I had no hope. I think we both just started talking -- and then we took Tripp for a walk."
Bristol continued that, "When he left that night, we didn't hug or kiss, but I was thinking how different it was. He texted me: 'I miss you. I love you. I want to be with you again' ... I was in shock."
When Bristol returned home from work -- she is a medical assistant at a dermatologist's office -- there were rose petals in the shape of a heart all over her bed with a box in the middle of it. At first Bristol didn't see the box and said "Oh, babe, thanks!" thinking the flower petals were the surprise.
Then Levi got down on one knee -- he says he was nervous -- and proposed.
Levi says he didn't plan the proposal in advance and just decided that morning to pop the question.
The 1-carat square cut diamond features several diamond side stones. The groom has the bride's name tattooed on his ring finger.
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The couple, who will not move in together (or have sex) until after the wedding, have decided to get married in the next few months. They are plannig to get married outdoors in Alaska and the bride wants to incorporate camouflage into the wedding details -- perhaps the groom's vest with a matching one for their son, Tripp.
The bride wants to wear a white one-shoulder wedding dress similar to the $3,490 red Carolina Herrera gown she recently wore in Harper's Bazaar.
And for the wedding menu, the bride says, "I've always wanted a milk-chocolate fountain!"