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He's 103 years old today. She's a sprightly 91. And today the couple who have been sweethearts for nearly 30 years tied the knot to become the oldest married couple in the country. Malcolm Shaw reports.
A couple from Sussex will break a world record - as well as a few hearts - when they tie the knot this summer.
George Kirby and Doreen Luckie from Eastbourne are proving you're never too old to find love. They'll become the oldest bride and groom in history - with a combined age of 194 on the big day.
Andy Dickenson's been to find out how their wedding plans are coming along.
The wedding industry's in full swing...bringing a massive ten billion pounds to the British economy every year. But it can be a precarious business - as one Berkshire couple found out when an employee stole more than ninety thousand pounds.
Joanne Jordan - who was the secretary for the wedding venue the Old Mill in Aldermaston has been jailed for her crime. But the owners say as the wedding season gets underway they're still coming to terms with their huge loss as Mel Bloor reports.
Secretary at the Old Mill wedding venue in Aldermaston stole nearly £90,000 from owners of the venue.
The owners of the Old Mill, Robin and Diane Arlott, say they were devastated at how their secretary was stealing from their business.
Walking down the aisle together is the big moment of many a bride and groom. But what if that aisle is not in a church - but the local supermarket?
That's the location chosen by Rebecca Wooller and Blake Green who have decided to tie the knot at Morrisons. Sarah Cooper reports.
A bride-to-be has spoken of her shock after the shop where she ordered her wedding dress suddenly closed.
Perfection Bridal in Reading announced its closure on its Facebook page. Jayne Davies, from Wokingham, is one of a number of women left without a dress just months before the big day. Mel Bloor reports.
We all know weddings can cost a lot of money but now anyone wanting to tie the knot in Brighton and Hove this winter can do so at a cheaper price.
The colder months are traditionally a quieter time for weddings - and so the Register Office is offering a 25 per cent discount on bookings from 1 January until the end of March.
It's often described as one of the biggest days of your life, and is certainly one of the most expensive.
Couples are spending thousands on their wedding day. In fact, the average cost of a wedding in the Meridian region is £14,980 - a little higher than the national average of £14,441.
Lauren Hall has been to the National Wedding Show to find out why tying the knot means untying those purse strings.