Story from SWNS A bride and groom used a railway track - as a backdrop for their wedding photographs. The young couple were caught on CCTV posing on a level crossing - with the snapper also standing on the live line a few feet away. A bridesmaid
The young royal had been due to participate in the wedding party – but plans were changed due to coronavirus.
Throwing a bridal bouquet is one of the most memorable moments from a wedding - as well as who catches it. However, for one bride the tradition took a surprising turn. Find out what happens by watching the above video, which also shows off some
As part of the coronavirus lockdown imposed in March, all social events were stopped, including weddings.
People are asking the government to allow register offices to conduct legal formalities via video call.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex got married at Windsor Castle in May 2018.
Kim-Marie Gerrard and partner Mark Tooth had abandoned their nuptials because of the lockdown.
The nurse says the timely find will help give her "strength and positivity" while treating patients for coronavirus.