Meghan Trainor’s husband, Daryl Sabara has shared clips of an beautiful surprise he gave his wife on their wedding day.
The 25-year-old singer tied the knot with the 26-year-old Spy Kids star back in December, 2018.
In the three videos he shared on his Instagram, Sabara recalled putting on a performance for Trainor at their intimate wedding in their Los Angeles, California home.
He began by picking up a fedora hat and lip syncing “Somebody to Watch Over Me,” a song made famous by Frank Sinatra in 1945, and doing a choreographed dance.
Trainor looked delighted as she watched on, urging the videographers to stop filming her reaction and catch the romantic gesture from her husband instead.
Much to Trainor’s delight, Sabara ditched the fedora for a standing mic as he transitioned to “Pop Goes My Heart,” a fake ’80s pop tune that appears in the 2007 flick Music and Lyrics.
Along with two other guys, he performed some of the hilarious choreography from the song that was sung by Hugh Grant in the movie.
Watch the routine below:
Pretty much sums up our wedding goals.