Weddings aren't necessarily formal affairs. Self-marriages, weddings with robots, and individuals exchanging vows with ghosts have all been reported. A woman in the United Kingdom married her dog on live television. Viewers of the renowned television show "This Morning" which always airs in Itv were taken aback when a woman married her dog back in 2019.
Elizabeth Hoad arrived on the show to tell the audience that she had had enough of men and was happy because she had found true love in her golden retriever, Logan. Following four unsuccessful engagements and 221 dates, Hoad announced that she has decided to marry her dog.
The "blessing" was administered by TV crew workers, who also served as ring bearers in the odd event. The bride was escorted down the aisle by one of the hosts. After exchanging rings and bracelets, the vows were exchanged, followed by a kiss between the woman and the dog.
The lady always posts images of him with the dog on her social media profiles, but not with pet captions, but with husband and wife remarks.
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