First Same-Sex Marriage Proposal in the White House Caught on Camera

Active duty U.S. Marine Corps captain Matthew Phelps made history over the weekend by proposing to his partner Ben Schock inside the White House.

First Same-Sex Marriage Proposal in the White House Caught on Camera

"Such a special night surrounded by wonderful people in an amazing place, and the best is still yet to come," Phelps wrote on his Facebook page. "Thanks for all the wonderful greetings and messages, and thanks to Barack Obama and Michelle Obama for lending us your home for the occasion!"

After a photo of the historic proposal was shared by the American Military Partner Association, it was subsequently picked up and shared by many across multiple social networks.

"Ben and I are blown away by the amazing love and support we have received," Phelps wrote in a follow-up post. "Thank you all so much for sharing in our joy and our lives."

[H/T: Reddit, photo via Facebook]