(BBC) The Church of England has restricted wedding ceremonies to five people, under new guidance to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Only the bride and groom, a minister and two witnesses should attend the ceremonies, the advice says.
The church said it would work with couples who wanted to rearrange.
Bride-to-be Jodie Crane said she had “broken down” due to the stress of the situation but was relieved after postponing her wedding.
The 30-year-old was due to marry her partner of four years, Philip Turner, 38, at Colville Hall in White Roding, Essex, on 28 March.
“Three weeks ago we were worried about whether it would rain on our wedding day and then it turned to whether we would have a virus at our wedding that would potentially harm a lot of people,” Miss Crane told Radio 1 Newsbeat. READ MORE
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