A terminally ill cancer patient was led down the 'aisle' in bed at hospital after being told she was unlikely to survive beyond the weekend.
Describing it as a "memory of a lifetime", Maggie Batt-Rawden and Mark tied the knot at the Royal Surrey County Hospital's Albury Ward last Saturday, less than 24 hours after deciding to bring their big day forward.
Maggie's condition had suddenly deteriorated and she was taken to hospital on Tuesday 17 November, with doctors suggesting that she may not survive beyond the weekend.
Maggie was diagnosed with cancer in 2013.
On Friday November 20, Mark started to make inquiries about the possibility of getting married.
The plans were in full swing just two hours later, with the registrar booked and the ceremony set to take place at 1pm on Saturday.
By the next morning, Mark asked the charge nurse on the ward, Monty Steedman, if they could use the next room for guests.
Maggie was brought down the aisle in her hospital bed, led by her children James, 24, Tim, 20, and Lizzie, 18.