Cops Surprise Couple With Ring They Lost Down New York Grate on 'Ellen'

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The British tourists who lost their engagement ring in Times Square last month have now been reunited with the rock, as well as the cops who found it. 

Daniella Anthony and John Drennan were on “Ellen” Thursday to speak about the horrifying moment the ring slipped off Anthony's finger and tumbled down a grate while they were visiting New York City.

“We were walking back from a show, [I] went to grab Danielle’s hand, just to look at the ring, and yeah it slipped right off,” Drennan told host Ellen DeGeneres.

The host joked, “So, it was your fault?”

“Yeah, it was all my fault,” he replied, adding that his fiancee was devastated. “I never want to see Daniella that upset again in my life. From joy and happiness to absolute devastation.”

They flew back to England without the ring, but in a stunning turn of events, the NYPD found it days after they left the city. 

After the couple explained what happened to DeGeneres, the cops from the NYPD who found the ring walked on the set and returned it to the shocked pair. 

Drennan then got down on one knee, again, and proposed for the second time to Anthony.

She said yes.


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