Love is in the air over at Good Morning Britain as we prepare for the weekend and with it the possibility of love... but then Ben had to go and ruin it all, by cellotaping Kate's fascinator to her hair!
With thanks to Moonpig for providing our roses
We took four couples to gorgeous wedding venue Auchlan Castle in Scotland to make the ultimate commitment live on breakfast television!
Watch what happened when three couples tied to knot and a fourth renewed their vows - with our Laura Tobin and Richard Arnold there to support.
Warning: You might need a tissue or two!
Stuck for things to do this half term? Mini Ben and Mini Kate have got some great ideas to ensure you and your kids will be kept busy all week.
Oh - and watch out for Mini Kate's hair flick at the end - it's spot on!
With thanks to Clip 'n Climb
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