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On the wings of love ...
A DARING couple had their heads in the clouds when they tied the knot 1,000 feet above ground on the wing of an aeroplane. 
Katie Hodgson and Darren McWalters said their vows while strapped to the top wings of biplanes operated by stunt pilots Team Guinot. 
Rev. George Bringham — flying ahead of the couple — married them over an airborne communications system and the bride wore a full wedding gown. 
Special microphones relayed the ceremony to Rendcomb Airfield near Cirencester, where the wedding guests were waiting.

Children are missing out on the big day ...
CHILDREN are becoming increasingly unwelcome at weddings, according to research. 
A poll by WeddingChaos showed that 13 per cent of couples planning a wedding are refusing to allow children to the event, concerned they will ruin the big day. 
However, just over two in five brides said they would accept children, but only those of their immediate family.  
David Cartlidge, co-director of WeddingChaos said: 'To limit the children to immediate family only could be a compromise, the bride and groom may have their own children, or they may want to avoid confrontation with close relatives or the restriction may simply be down to economical reasons.'
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