Quarantined bride with COVID-19 still gets fairy-tale wedding

When Lauren Jimenez became sick with COVID-19 days before their big day, she and her husband decided to move forward with a ceremony.
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And finally tonight America strong the Southern California couple going to new heights to get their fairy tale ending after the corona virus derailed their original plans. Are gathered here. Day. Like the play by Shakespeare this story begins with two young star crossed lovers professing their love from a second story window. It. Yeah but unlike Romeo and Juliette is has a happy ending. Hector Delgado and Lauren he menu has dated for years plan their wedding for months change the venue three times due to cold it. Within five days before the wedding Lauren tested positive for Kobe in nineteen ignorant joke recruited here. Did not. But a glance loved indoors and on the very day their marriage license was set to expire with Lauren quite sick isolated in her bedroom at her parents' house. They got hitched. On. With Patrick for claiming his love from the ground below it was part Romeo and Juliette with the touch a proposal. Instead of her haired Lauren went down a thirty foot floral ribbon. Something for them to have and to hold since they had to be socially distant. And but for now the fairy tale is on hold. I am and human don't graduate like back in bed. We still have yet to each other where we're still actually in productivity. Or me or leave it would be able to kick their record weakening get accurately. Current king and write an apparent than an hour and. Already excelling in the in sickness and in health part the couple says it will be three weeks before they're able to begin their happily ever after together. Vienna today still it's just about asks on. An hourly marriage that they when he. That couple told us that they can get through twice funny they can get through anything so true for all of us quite the inspiration thanks much for watching I'm Lindsey Davis have a great evening. Good.

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