The New York Police Department said police have found the happy couple and are working to return the engagement ring after it fell down a utility grate.
The ring was lost on Friday night and NYPD recovered it ring Saturday morning.
Police in New York City are trying to reunite a man with his engagement ring after he dropped it down a grate while popping the question this week.
The couple will now liaise with the NYPD to get the ring safely returned to their home in Peterborough. NYPD News shared on Twitter.
The couple, home in the United Kingdom thanked the NYPD and New Yorkers, in general, saying they'd be back. "WANTED", it said. "He was so excited that he dropped the ring in a grate".
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Both John and Daniella took to Twitter to express their delight and thank the NYPD officers involved.
And when they ended up in Times Square, the ring fell off.
Amazingly, the police did find the ring a day later.
They called emergency services, who eventually found it - but only after the couple had left without giving their names or contact information.
The video has been viewed nearly a million times so here's hoping the couple have somehow come across it. Even before the ring made it home, the woman had said yes.
The police tweeted a photo of the happy couple on Sunday, appearing to thank the police.