Property Brothers’ Drew & Jonathan Scott Gave Their Parents the Sweetest Surprise

Welp, they’ve done it again — Property Brothers’ Drew and Jonathan Scott have given us all yet another reason to fangirl over the super-talented (and sweet) siblings by throwing their parents a surprise vow renewal ceremony… in Scotland!

Prepare to feel all the feels, because the photos are sure to give you a major case of heart-eye emoji.

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According to People, the festive family affair was the brainchild of the twins and their older brother-slash-sometimes-guest-star J.D. The siblings’ parents, Jim and Joanne, were celebrating their impressive 51st wedding anniversary.

And what better way to recommit to their love than by flying the whole fam to Scotland for a kilt-filled vacay? The location holds significance for the family, as Jim was born there and several family members still call the country home.

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It appears the HGTV stars planned the once-in-a-lifetime getaway because their parents never officially had a ceremony. “They had originally eloped, so they never had a real wedding,” Jonathan explained recently during a Facebook Live stream. “So after 50 years of marriage, this August we’re going to Scotland and we’re going to renew their vows.”

Say it with me now: “Awwwwwwww!”

Held at the ruins of St. Kentigern’s Church, the intimate ceremony was attended by the happy couple and their sons, of course, as well as Drew’s fiancée Linda Phan, Jonathan’s longtime love Jacinta Kuznetsov and J.D.’s girlfriend Annalee Belle.

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Want to hear something that will melt your heart even more? In its former glory, the site where the Scotts renewed their vows was the same sacred land upon which real-life “Braveheart” William Wallace married his wife, Marion Braidfute.

Check out all of the heartwarming photos here.


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