Transcript for No Peeking at Each Other Before the Wedding Even If You Are a Marine
Finally tonight mere, America strong. You're never supposed to see the bride before she walks down the aisle. And the couple determined to keep it that way. Hey, David, it's Caleb and Maggie. Reporter: They're all smiles tonight after an unforgettable memorial day weekend. On Saturday, 21-year-old marine corporate Caleb Earwood coming through that door. About to get married. But in keeping with that decision, he didn't want to see his bride. But the two did want to say a prayer together before the wedding. He waits by the door, reaching out for her hand, he cries and when she hear him, she does, too. When he started crying, thanking god for me, that's the moment I knew. I grabbed her hand and said a prayer. Reporter: He met Maggie in high school. They started dating three years ago when Caleb joined the Marines. And this weekend, they got married. Camp Daniel Boone in Canton, North Carolina. A prayer and then their vows. But it's the tears captured by that photographer that have now touched 1.7 million and growing. I just want to get a prayer with her. We didn't want to see each other at all, you know, we wanted to keep that tradition but we wanted to be able to say a prayer together before we walked down the aisle. Caleb and Maggie. And we wish them with all. I'm David Muir. I hope to see you right back here tomorrow.
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