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By Scott Stump

After six years and two children together, Australian dad Scott Worgan wanted to give girlfriend Caitlin Miller a wedding proposal she would never forget. So he turned to two trusty assistants: their daughters.

With the help of Scarlett, 3, and 20-month-old Sienna, Worgan created an adorable video that borrows a page from the famous scene in the movie "Love Actually,'' in which Andrew Lincoln's character professes his love to Keira Knightley's character through signboards.

In the clip, Worgan, 29, has his girls hold up a series of placards about their loving family before one reads, "But there's something missing. You're not a Worgan?" They then pop the question for him.

Miller, 27, gladly accepted Worgan's proposal, he announced on his Facebook page. "She said yes!" he wrote on March 20, along with the video, which has been viewed there more than 160,000 times.

The girls had kept the proposal a secret for three weeks, according to Australia's Daily Telegraph.

“I looked at Scott and he was crying, and I was crying,” Miller told the paper, of the moment she accepted the ring after watching the video. “I couldn’t have asked for anything better. Although Scarlett was lying on the lounge white as a ghost, the poor thing.”

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This article was originally published Mar. 25, 2015 at 4:59 p.m. ET.