Bristol Palin Engaged to Medal of Honor Recipient Behind 'F— You Michael Moore' Photo

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Bristol Palin announced news of her third engagement to Sgt. Dakota Meyer who once sent out a "F— you" message to Michael Moore.

A wedding is in store for the Palin family. Bristol Palin, daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, announced Saturday on her blog that she is engaged to Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Dakota Meyer.

"He’s so romantic!" wrote Bristol Palin. "He asked me to marry him at a Rascal Flatts concert. The lead singer, Gary LeVox, dedicated 'Bless the Broken Road' to us, and then Dakota got down on one knee and proposed!"

Meyer met both Bristol and her son, Tripp, when he was filming Sarah Palin's show Amazing America which aired on Sportsman Channel. Since then, Meyer has posted several family outings with the Palin's on his Facebook page, including a photo which appears to be of himself with Sarah Palin and another unidentified man holding up a sign that reads "F-- you Michael Moore" in response to Michael Moore's tweet in January that appeared to criticize American Sniper.

 

The oldest daughter of Palin was previously engaged twice to Levi Johnston who is the father of Bristol's son Tripp. Bristol added that Meyer is fitting in well with her family.  

"He’s wonderful with Tripp and I’m so proud to be marrying him," Bristol wrote. He met Tripp during that time, and I’ve seen him in a few places where our paths have crossed since. He’s visited us in Alaska, and I’ve visited his wonderful family in Kentucky.

Sarah Palin sent out her well wishes to the newly engaged couple via her Facebook page, noting that the third time may be the charm for her daughter. 

"Yes, God working behind the scenes to turn beauty from ashes," wrote Palin. "Had tough circumstances in their lives not occurred, and had they reacted differently to those circumstances, they'd have never met. Dakota's story is told in the book Into the Fire."

Meyer posted news of his engagement on his Facebook page as well and expressed that he's "definitely the luckiest guy in the world."

"Coming back from Afghanistan, there were days I thought I may never be happy again, and I know there's a lot of you out there who know that feeling. We only have one life to live and we have to do our best to live it the right way, and Bristol makes me a better man."
 
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