Groom in tears after bride's daughter asks question mid-wedding: 'Speechless'

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A heartwarming moment at a wedding is going viral, after a groom was brought to tears when his bride's daughter came up to ask him a question mid-ceremony.

Shortly before bride Tia was set to exchange vows with her husband-to-be Frank, her 12-year-old daughter Aryanna stepped up to ask something she waited "2555 days" for.

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Groom Frank was in tears during this heartwarming wedding moment. Photo: Youtube/Happily

In the wedding video shared online by Happily the officiant said: “It was always a joke that Aryanna was going to get Frank’s last name before Tia."

"Aryanna has something to say now."

The young girl stepped forward to hand Frank a letter and said: "I’ve waited 2,555 days for this moment."

Then she popped the question which left him in tears.

"Frank, will you be my dad?"

The groom immediately said yes before the pair shared a heartwarming embrace.

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Aryanna asked Frank to be her dad. Photo: Youtube/Happily

Of the sweet moment, Frank later said: "It was an amazing feeling. When she started reading her note and it all clicked, I just pretty much became speechless."

The video has since gone viral, and was featured on NBC, with people commenting on the "beautiful" moment online.

"I’m sat crying, snot an all, with such happiness - how wonderfully delightfully beautiful," one person commented.

"Beautiful! Congratulations to the bride and groom. But more so to the father and daughter," another said.

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