A COUPLE rearranged their wedding in just two hours to beat the introduction of Tier 4 Covid restrictions.
Chloe and Jamie Collins were due to wed in September but had to reorganise a new date for yesterday.
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Chloe and Jamie Collins rearranged their wedding in two hours to beat Tier 4 rules[/caption]
They would have had to cancel again under new lockdown rules announced on Saturday, but quickly arranged to get hitched at Edgware United Synagogue, in Barnet, North London, that night at 10pm with 15 guests and over 100 people logged onto Zoom.
Chloe, 31, said pulling off the wedding with Jamie, 29, was a “miracle”.
Chloe, a lettings negotiator, said: “I’ve never in my life felt so much love and felt so grateful.
“Our rabbi had the idea to bring the wedding forward.
“We just started calling people to see what we could do, and the more calls we made the more people said ‘yes’.
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“It was a miracle that it just kind of came together.
“It felt like a dream. Some people take years to plan a wedding, but we did it in two hours.”
Under Tier 4 rules, weddings and civil partnerships are only allowed under “exceptional circumstances”, such as if one partner is seriously ill and not expected to recover.
The couple wed at Edgware United Synagogue, in Barnet, North London[/caption]
There were 15 guests present and over 100 watched the nuptials on Zoom[/caption]
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