Wonderful news. Congratulations to them both!

Via NY Daily News.

Bristol Palin has met her match!

The 24-year-old daughter of vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is engaged to Sgt. Dakota Meyer, a U.S. Marines veteran who was awarded the Medal of Honor in 2011.

Palin and Meyer both took to Instagram Saturday to announce their big news, with the bride-to-be posting a photo of her and Meyer celebrating their engagement with a kiss.

“Truly the luckiest girl in the world, cannot wait to marry this man!!!!” she wrote. Palin also gave fans a chance to check out her bling by a posting a separate photo of her engagement ring.


Dakota Meyer: Congressional Medal of Honor Society

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  1. Chuck says:

    Wonderful news!

  2. ancientwrrior says:

    Congratulations to Bristol on her choice of a good mate. Now her son will have a real man to look up to and raise him. Best wishes to them all. 🙂

  3. Joe says:

    Awesome news for Bristol.This will drive the looney left insane !!!!

  4. deaves1 says:

    I’m really happy for this young lady. Goes to show mistakes made at early age does not spell a lifetime to failure. Public has been very cruel to this family, but they just soldier on.

  5. pamelarice says:

    I wish her all the best! She seems to have grown up to be a wonderful young woman. She deserves the very best and sounds like she just might have found it.

  6. Alain41 says:

    The Sound of Music! Congrats, Bristol & Dakota!

  7. rtthorne says:

    I had the unfortunate luck of sitting next to Mr Meyer on a plane a couple of years back. I had no idea who he was but he wanted me to know who he was. He ran his mouth the entire time talking about himself, almost begging me to ask questions (by this time I’d figured out who he was and wasn’t biting), dropping names, etc. Two hours of a monologue. But something didn’t seem right. Something seemed “off”.
    When I got home I googled him and then the picture became more clear. Trouble seems to follow him and there’s discrepancies in his story which got him the medal. And the stories still continue.
    I wish Bristol happiness and hope she also has Google up in Alaska.

  8. Kitten says:

    I pray their life together will be happy and blessed.

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