There was reportedly not a dry eye in the house as Paralympic athlete Nathan Stephens danced with new wife Charlene for the first time in his life at their wedding reception.
The 25-year-old said he was more nervous taking to the dancefloor than he was when he competed in the London 2012 Games.
I wanted to dance with Charlene more than anything - but not pushing myself along in my wheelchair.
I was adamant I was going to do it on my legs and if I set my mind to something I always get there.
We practised for eight months in our living room and no one had a clue.
Nathan said the three-minute routine was "all a bit new to me", but eventually felt confident enough to throw in a few twirls.
My older brother Andrew burst into tears. I think everyone was crying.
I have not worn my legs for years and most people at the reception had never seen me standing up out of my wheelchair before. We knew it would be a spectacular start to our night.
I was more nervous walking onto the dance floor than when I competed in the London Olympics. But we had rehearsed, so it went off like a dream.
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