Elizabeth Warren reveals that she proposed to her husband
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In a touching Facebook post uploaded to her official page earlier this week, Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenDemocrats roll out 'Better Deal,' new economic agenda Jimmy Carter predicts US will eventually have single-payer healthcare system Dems to unveil ‘better deal’ messaging campaign Monday MORE (D-Ma.) commemorated her 35th wedding anniversary by casually revealing an insightful detail about the day she got engaged.

"I was a single mom with two little kids, and I’d just started teaching law in Houston,” Warren, who was 30 at the time, says in the post. “And then I met a guy from Massachusetts named Bruce. I was completely crazy about him, and I still am. When I proposed to him, he said yes.”

35 years later, Warren and her husband, Harvard professor Bruce Mann, are still happily married.

But this particular anniversary holds special significance for Warren in light of the recent Supreme Court ruling striking down same-sex marriage bans nationwide.

"This anniversary, I’ll celebrate living in America where everyone can marry their own Bruce — their best friend, biggest supporter, and love of their life,” Warren writes. "Happy anniversary, Sweetie! I love you."