A groom captured on camera struggling to maintain his composure as his bride walked down the aisle is melting hearts across America.
The video clip was posted on social media on Sunday and has since gone viral, having been viewed nearly 4 million times.
The groom, identified as Will Ceaser on a Facebook page registered to Alyssa Hudson, can be seen wiping away tears as he tries, and fails, to control his emotions during the ceremony.
“One day I hope to find a man that looks at me the way Will Ceaser looks at Lindsey Whitehead,” the page reads.
One day I hope to find a man that looks at me the way Will Ceaser looks at Lindsey Whitehead. #thesearchhasceasedIf this video touched you, please send to Ellen DeGeneres! They are two of the most beautiful, loving people I have ever known. Let’s show people what love really looks like.
Posted by Alyssa Hudson on Sunday, December 6, 2015
The groom’s deep affection for his soon-to-be wife was shared by the bride, who posted on her Facebook page: “I’ve dreamed of this day since I was little. Today I marry my best friend, Will Ceaser. This is going to be perfect. See you at the altar.”
Those who view the video are encouraged to sent it to daytime talk-variety show host Ellen DeGeneres.
“If this video touched you, please send to Ellen DeGeneres!” the caption states. “They are two of the most beautiful, loving people I have ever known. Let’s show people what love really looks like.”
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