NASCAR driver’s wedding vow video goes viral

Brian Scott says his vows to his new stepdaughther (YouTube Penweddings)
Brian Scott says his vows to his new stepdaughther (YouTube Penweddings)
Brian Scott says his vows to his new stepdaughther (YouTube Penweddings)

For once, news about a NASCAR driver is going viral on the Internet and it’s all good. Brian Scott and his wife Whitney were married last January. However, their wedding video went viral Tuesday on the Internet after someone noticed something Scott did that was extraordinary. Whitney has a three-year old daughter from a previous relationship. Not only did Scott pronounce his vows to his new wife, but his soon to be stepdaughter Brielle as well.

Among the things he promised the little girl while on bended knee was to hold her hand and skip down the street . He also vowed to “show you how a man should treat a woman with my relationship with your mother; and above all else I vow to protect you, care for you ,and love you forever.”

The crowd was brought to tears as Scott said “I vow to make you say your prayers before you eat. I promise to read you stories at night, to always tuck you in real tight,” Scott read. “I vow to show you how a man should treat a woman in my relationship with your mother and above all else, I vow to protect you, care for you and love you forever.” MORE>>>

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