Photo: Orla Kearney
The bride and groom from the Irish city of Belfast in advance tattooed on the hands date of the forthcoming wedding, but it had to be postponed due to the coronavirus. This publication reports The Mirror.
In December 2017 26-year-old Francis Donald (Francis Donald) did offer the 24-year-old Fionnuala Kearney (Kearney Orla), where they meet with first year of University. They scheduled the wedding on 16 October 2020 and have begun to actively prepare for the upcoming holiday.
In June of 2019, a couple vacationing in Turkey. There they are, being drunk, decided to make steam a tattoo. Fionnuala offered to tattoo the date of the forthcoming marriage of Roman numerals. The employees of tattoo parlor teased the couple, and asked whether this is the right date. Lovers double-checked that the numbers are written correctly.
In April 2020, when the pandemic was announced the coronavirus, Fionnuala called the hotel where it was planned to hold the wedding to check if everything is going according to plan. There she was told that because of the pandemic, the wedding will have to reschedule and offered to play it in October 2021. The pair did not agree and chose April 2021.
After that, the lovers remembered the tattoo done and realized that I had gotten the wrong date. Now they, along with friends and family trying to figure out what to schedule on that date to make it memorable. Friends asked them to jump with a parachute, and the pair liked the idea.
Earlier it was reported that in Wales, UK, a man out of jealousy forced his beloved to fill on the wrist of his name. Before that, he shouted at the waiter in a restaurant after he winked at his companion.
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