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WATCH: Holly And Phil Surprise Couple With Honeymoon After They Wed On LIVE TV
After This Morning hosted its second wedding ceremony on live TV, Holly and Phil surprised the couple with the honeymoon destination of a lifetime.
After months of preparation, This Morning viewers were in for a treat today as they finally got to see lovebirds Sonya Keating and Paul Brough finally tie-the-knot on live TV.
Sonya and Paul got married at the London’s The View from The Shard in the first wedding the venue has ever hosted.
Sonja and Paul get married on This Morning
This Morning Hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were of course in attendance at the ceremony which was held 800ft above the city. And of course Rylan Clark-Neal and Gok Wan were also there too to help the nervous bride and groom get ready for their nuptials.
Holly and Phil raced from the studio to The Shard to ensure that they were on hand to keep the couple calm before the vows.
As well as getting hitched in a ceremony that was totally organised for them, the couple were surprised by Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley who serenaded the happy couple as they walked down the aisle, as well as gifting them backstage passes to a concert later in the year.
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Paul said: "I’m having the best day of my life and I know it’s only going to get better as I’m marrying Sonya soon."
As Sonya got ready, she said: "I feel like I’m in a dream… nerves are starting to kick in now."
"As soon as [I had my] veil on I thought, I’m going to be a bride today…"
And then, as if their day couldn't get any better, after congratulating the happy couple Holly and Phil told the unsuspecting newlyweds that This Morning were sending them to Dubai on their honeymoon!
What a day.
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