OK! Exclusive: Watch Morgan Stewart's Shocked Reaction To Brendan Fitzpatrick's Proposal On Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills

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Jun. 3 2015, Published 1:42 p.m. ET

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The trailers for the current season of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills have teased Brendan Fitzpatrick's proposal to Morgan Stewart, and on this week's episode we'll finally get to see how it all went down. But first? has your exclusive look at the minutes leading up to the big popping of the question and the decoy that Brendan set up for Morgan so that his proposal would go off without a hitch. Did you know he had it in him?!

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In order to get Morgan to the location that Brendan plans to propose, he stages a fake photoshoot—for the cover of OK! magazine, obviously—so that she looks and feels her best for what is about to be the biggest moment of her life. But little does Morgan know that the photos are about to become engagement photos! Well, that is until she sees Brendan walking up to her mid-shoot and she realizes that something is definitely up. "What are you doing?!" she says to her boyfriend in shock. Aw!

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Watch the heartwarming clip above and tune into Rich Kids of Beverly Hills Sunday, June 7 at 10pm on E! to see the rest of Brendan and Morgan's romantic proposal.

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Are you excited for the couple? Do you think Brendan's proposal will be perfect? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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