It’s widely accepted that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are an item. The Twi-hards even have a hashtag for it—#PattinsonStewart. But just because they’ve been spotted at a bunch of red-carpet events doesn’t mean that their engagement is any less of a secret.

There’s no official word on whether or not the two are actually dating, but based on their public behavior and the way they look at each other when they’re by themselves, it’s fairly obvious that they’re comfortable enough around each other to begin dating. The question is, when are they going to pop the question?

The last time we heard from the couple was in March 2017, when they were photographed on a snowy street in Paris, France. The pictures hinted at an engagement, but at the time, neither party would confirm the speculation.

Well, it appears they’ve finally found the perfect proposal spot. According to a report from TMZ, the couple is going to propose at the Eiffel Tower on Wednesday, June 6.

The site reports that the proposal will be a one-of-a-kind moment for the couple—a dreamy spot that they both adore. While there’s no word yet on whether or not the proposal will be made using an engagement ring, it’s safe to assume that it will.

Timing Is Everything

Wednesday, June 6, is the one-year anniversary of the day that Robsten hit it off. So, assuming the couple wants to make the proposal on one of the most romantic days of the year, they’ll have to get their timing right.

It’s safe to assume that the two have wanted to spend this day together since the day that Robsten met. The question is, why wait until now to ask her to marry you? If you ask us, it’s not very romantic.

If they want to have an intimate, romantic date and propose to each other, there are plenty of other options. If you want to ask the question, you can afford to wait a bit. There are plenty of romantic spots around the world that you can propose to your partner. The question is, will this be the day that they finally do it?

The Eiffel Tower is a romantic spot, but it’s not the only one. You could propose at the top of a mountain, on the beach, in front of a castle, or even in a park. It’s up to you and your partner’s heart. Just make sure that the spot is special and that you do it before the crowds get there.

Where Should They Proposed?

It’s fair to say that Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic romantic spots in the world. But that doesn’t mean that it’s the only romantic spot that they could have chosen. In fact, there are so many romantic spots around the world that it would be impossible to choose just one. If they really want to make the proposal special, there are plenty of other options.

The Top Of A Mountain

Mountain tops are always a beautiful place to propose. You have the natural beauty of the rock and the sky, plus the advantage of not having any buildings obstructing the view. In most cases, you have the mountains themselves as a form of natural protection, ensuring that fewer people will hear your proposal.

There is definitely something unique about standing at the top of a mountain, looking down at the city as it goes about its day-to-day life. You’ll feel like you’ve reached new heights and seen new sights. And what’s more, it’s an adventure waiting to happen. You never know what kind of animal or plant life you might see on a hike to the top of a mountain. It could be dangerous, so caution is always advised.

The Beach

The beach is always a romantic spot. You can lay down in the sand and look up at the sky. Or, if you want, you can walk along the shoreline and hear the sound of crashing waves. There is something truly magical about hearing waves crashing far away. It gives you an impression of how big the water must be, even though you might not have been far from the shoreline.

Romantic walks along the beach are beautiful but dangerous. The waves can get progressively bigger as you go along, so it’s easy for you to get trapped between the beach and the sea. If you want to propose on the beach, you need to make sure that there aren’t any cliffs or rocks that you could potentially fall onto. It would be best to propose in a place that is completely vacant, with no one around to see you fall. It’s not a pretty sight.

A Castle

If you’ve ever watched movies set in Europe, you’ll know that castles are a big part of the European landscape. They’re a symbol of power and romance. You could propose inside one of the five-star restaurants of a luxury hotel, surrounded by opulence. Or, you could propose in the entranceway, beneath a statue of a knight in shining armor. It’s romantic and makes for a perfect proposal story. And let’s face facts, castles are romantic. Who hasn’t fallen in love with a girl (or guy) from a movie, TV show, or book and wanted to live in a castle or climb a tower and see the world from above?

On A Park Bench

Park benches are everywhere, and they’re always a beautiful place for someone to propose. You might find a spot in a quiet part of the park, far away from any other people or animals. Or, you could ask a nice old lady to sit with you on a park bench, while you tell her how you feel about her. She might agree to be your Romeo. You could also ask a handsome young man to spend a romantic evening with you. After all, what’s more romantic than an old-fashioned proposal, on a park bench, with the lights of the city twinkling in the background?

It’s All About The Timing

Wednesday, June 6, one year after they first met, is the one-year anniversary of the day that Robsten hit it off. So, assuming the couple wants to make the proposal on one of the most romantic days of the year, they’ll have to get their timing right. There are so many romantic spots in the world, so they might have to try a few places before finding the right one. If they want a spot that is quintessential to the romance industry, they could propose at the Eiffel Tower on June 6th. If they want to find the ultimate romantic spot, they could propose at the top of a mountain, on the beach, in front of a castle, or even in a jungle. It’s all about the timing, and with some planning and research, they’ll find the perfect spot. And, of course, they’ll have to wait till Wednesday to ask the question.