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A couple from Cambridgeshire walked down the aisle - in both senses of the word, when they got married in a supermarket on Saturday.
Rebecca Wooller and Blake Green tied the knot in the cafe at their local branch of Morrisons in Camborne - the place where they had their first date.
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A Cambridgeshire couple are preparing for a wedding with a difference today - they'll walk down the supermarket aisles to tie the knot.
Rebecca Wooller, 44, and Blake Green, 53, will marry in their local branch of Morrisons in Cambourne this afternoon.
They chose to marry there because it was the only place the bride, who was ill when they first met, could venture out on first dates.
Former undertaker and mother-of-four, Miss Wooller said: "I'm feeling nervous but very excited."
Part of the supermarket cafe will be sectioned off for the event and Morrisons has provided flowers and food.
As well as the usual family and friends, shoppers will be invited to get involved by lining the aisles to greet the couple.
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"Thanks to them, I'm alive. A huge thank you from me and my family."