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Alabama woman plans airport flash mob for the man who is not to the airport

An Alabama woman surprised her husband with a flash-mo at the airport, but his flight was delayed and he didn’t make it in time.

(Facebook/LindseyEastwood)

It was like a scene straight out of a romantic comedy, with the exception of the love was missing.

Alabama lawyer Lindsey Eastwood wanted to surprise her husband Jon with a flash mob at the airport to celebrate his arrival after finally getting approval for his immigration visa.

Jon, from Wales, married Lindsey in July 2017, but it took almost 12 months before he could legally move to the USA to join his wife.

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When the day finally arrived, Jon was set to arrive at the Atlanta airport Friday. So to mark the special occasion, Lindsey organized a group of local singers and dancers to perform a mashup of “Coming to America”, “I’m Gonna Be (500 miles),” “finally,” “I knew you were Waiting” and “Welcome Home” AL.com reports.

Everything came together smoothly and Lindsey was all to welcome Jon. Theo only problem? His flight to Atlanta was delayed, and he didn’t make it there on Friday.

“When you plan a surprise FLASH MOB for your husband, and his flight has been cancelled,” Lindsey wrote on Facebook, along with a video of the flashmob run the routine anyway.

“No flights depart NYC. Jon is stuck in JFK, where he will sleep tonight, but hope him tomorrow. You can LIKE the video to make me feel better. Jon Eastwood, this one is for you.”

Lindsey and Jon had not seen each other since May, but he is now able to move to the US legally.

(Facebook/LindseyEastwood)

In the images, Lindsey can also be seen using her phone to send the scene Jon via Facetime.

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After traveling back and forth between the US and Wales for months, Jon, who had not seen Lindsey since May, finally arrived at the couple’s new home in Birmingham on Saturday.

Michelle Gant is a writer and editor for Fox News Lifestyle.

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