It was no less than a ‘dream come true’ affair, when Laura Whitfield and Nathan Phillips married each other in the presence of their ‘miracle’ son.
The duo first met in 2012 during their shooting for the classic tale Seven Dwarfs in Bath for Channel 4. Nathan aged 37 and Laura 26, both featured in the pantomime of Snow White, in the roles of a couple of dwarfs, and it was from then their relationship started blossoming.
It was in 2013 they got engaged and in the following year 2014, they had their son Nathan Junior.
Both Laura and Nathan are suffering from different sorts of dwarfism so according to her doctor, the child had a very low chance to survive. Now, their son, known as Nathan Junior is supposed to be the only child in UK to be parented by two dissimilar dwarfs. The wedding took place in County Durham’s South Causey Inn and Nathan Junior played the part of the ring bearer.
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Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani might be beginning to regret all the public show-offs of affection that they have been showing on in very recent weeks.
Singers Gwen and Blake have not been very timid regarding pushing their romance, as well as their romantic behavior has down nothing to appease persistent reports that they are now planning a wedding ceremony, or expecting a baby.
The duo has been with each other for less than three months, but rumors are not stopping for the couple. There were rumors about this celebrity couple. The rumors regarding Gwen Stefani being pregnant and hatching a plan for a wedding have become very plentiful. Therefore, now this is seemingly time for a wave of reports regarding Gwen and Blake going through some trouble in paradise.
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With all these turmoil encompassing the Iron Bowl, this is almost impossible to get people’s attention attracted to anything other than football, even if there is a wedding.
Eddie Levick, the Wedding Chapel at Shrigley Hall in Cheshire, said that Iron Bowl weekend in the wedding business. They called that a vacation day. Levick is a wedding planner and an ordained minister. Their business does around hundred-fifty wedding ceremonies a year at 3 popular mountain top places in Huntsville.
It is common sense for people who live in Alabama to not plan a wedding the day of the big game. In the past twenty years, in fact, Chapel on the Mountain has just 3 Iron Bowl wedding ceremonies. Levick told that this is just because they get some folks who come down from Tennessee or over Georgia.
Levick told that this is a phenomenon that other people in the United States have no idea about. If you somehow schedule a wedding on Iron Bowl Saturday, then you need luck hiring your photographer, band as well as other support staff. After twenty years in the business, he knows that this is tough to book people to work. If there is a wedding, one needs to book people from out of the state. People of Alabama have more important things to do on that Saturday.
If any wedding happens, then someone would keep the track of the score and announce it periodically.