December 21st – London, England, has implemented the highest level of “level 4” blockade restrictions from the 20th. A couple rushed to finish their wedding before the new restrictions came into effect.
According to the British newspaper The Sun, Chloe Collins, 31, and Jamie Collins, 29, were married at 10 p.m. on the 19th at Edgewell United Synagogue. There were 15 people at the wedding scene and more than 100 people watched online.
They originally planned to get married on September 6, but due to many adjustments to the epidemic prevention ban, their marriage date has been changed three times. Previously, the wedding was planned to be held in a hotel in Waterford, inviting 130 guests.
After the restrictions escalated, they first changed the marriage date to November 22, and then to December 20. Colo said that when British Prime Minister Johnson announced the escalation of restrictions from the 20th on the afternoon of the 19th, she was very disappointed and “waked”.
Jamie said that the wedding agent suggested that they advance the wedding. “We began to call to see if there was a solution, and more and more people promised to help. This is a miracle. It feels like a dream.
Many people spent years preparing for the wedding, and we only spent two hours. The couple said their groomsman drove for more than two hours to the wedding, and he “drives home immediately” after that.
After the wedding, they went out to take photos and didn’t come home until 2 a.m. They plan to spend their honeymoon in Dubai and the Maldives at the end of January next year, but they are not sure whether it will be realized.