Saturday 28 March 2015

Dying bride organises dream wedding in 20 days after being given just six weeks to live

A terminally ill bride has been granted her dying wish of a dream wedding after being given just six weeks to live.
Mum-of-two, Natalie Price, 30, planned her wedding in just 20 days after being told her lung disease was terminal on March 6.

Devastated by the news Natalie and husband-to-be Andy, from Redditch in Worcestershire, knew they had to pull out all the stops to organise the ceremony before it was too late.
It was Natalie's dying wish that the pair tie the knot and the entire community pulled out all the stops to realise her dream.
Friends and local businesses sprang into action to ensure the fairytale wedding could take place.
The couple were married yesterday in front of their sons Bradley, 8, and Callum, 11, after local businesses provided free accommodation, flowers, cars and food.
Natalie said: "I am so happy to have finally married Andy. Our wedding day was the best day of my life."
Andy, 48, said: “Natalie and I have been together for 11-years and we are soul mates, we had always wanted to get married but we just never got round to planning it.
"After 10 months of regular scans and X-rays to monitor Natalie's health we were told the devastating news that she had declined rapidly and had just six weeks to live.
"We knew from that moment we needed to act fast.
"Our wedding day was the best day of our lives, it was perfect in every way - I just wish I could have my wife for longer than just a few short weeks.


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