Two gay cops made very public pronouncements of their love during Saturday's London Pride Parade.

According to the UK's Independent, both men said yes.

One officer proposed to his boyfriend as he stood in the crowd. Getting down on one knee, the cop held up the parade as he reached over the metal barricade to propose to his boyfriend. The couple kissed as those around them tossed confetti.

The Metropolitan Police LGBT Network also tweeted a photo of two cops getting engaged as they marched in the parade. Paradegoers can be seen in the background cheering on the two men.

“A gay police officer proposed to his bf right in the middle of the parade and I'm actually crying,” a witness tweeted.

According to the BBC, more than 40,000 people participated in the 43rd annual march through central London, including more than 100 police officers.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan was among the thousands who marched in Saturday's parade.