Weddings have been given the green light to go ahead today with up to six people as part of the easing of lockdown restrictions in England.
While receptions are still forbidden, small ceremonies can take place with guests able to celebrate in groups of six outdoors.
This morning a happy couple tied the knot at Chelsea Town Hall, posing for photos with their guests on the steps, along with additional friends and family who were waiting outside.
Another pair of newlyweds, Ben and Gabriela Lloyd, grinned as they emerged from St Alban’s Registry Office.
Also preparing to finally make it down the aisle today is Jess Warren-Basham, 28, and Jonny Cope, 30, from Hampshire.
Having already had to move their big day twice – they’d rearranged their initial August date for March 28, meaning they were a day short of the lockdown restrictions easing – Jess and Jonny have also been forced to cut their original guestlist down from 180 to just six.
This morning a happy couple tied the knot at Chelsea Town Hall, posing for photos with family members on the steps
The loved-up pair emerged all smiles as their loved ones showered them with confetti on the steps of the town hall
Another pair of newlyweds, Ben and Gabriela Lloyd, grinned as they emerged from St Alban’s Registry Office
One couple preparing best diet pills to buy in stores tie the knot today now that weddings are allowed to go ahead is Jess Warren-Basham, 28, and Jonny Cope, 30, from Hampshire
Jonny, a solicitor, said reducing their guests to such a small number was actually easier than having to choose 15 or 30 (pictured together on what would have been their wedding day in August)
‘You have to look at the positives and for us, those four people, our parents, are the closest people that we would love to be there,’ Jess told the ‘So you could wait but we wanted to embrace the day and we’ve got some really nice things planned, some nice cars to pick us up because we’re allowed those, we’ve got an igloo getting put in the garden so we can eat dinner under the stars.