As you know, your wedding's the same day as Harry and Meghan. Oh really? They copied us. It's just not fair. My first thought was: I knew it. I received about five to ten texts in the matter of like a minute. Oh, right? Well that's great. I knew somebody would get in on my big day. We met on a very popular online dating site. Drew was the first person to message me. So she says… He was, he was. At church. I would call him all the time. Play hard to get. We got engaged the first time when we was about 19. Probably we were just young and when we split up we just went our separate ways. You went off and got married. I went off and got married. Chris had a daughter. I had a daughter. Ten years apart.
We were both invited to a school union. We clicked. Again. Two thousand and seven. And we was in a nightclub. We'd always see each other. I guess I just didn't have the courage to go speak to her. I was hiding behind the bedroom door on one knee. She was heavily pregnant. I said, "I'm wearing my slippers! You can't do this." Over the last ten years nearly he asked me three times. I gave up after a while. I've had two lovely rings. Yeah. I was literally there for like five minutes like "Are you serious, are you serious?" I was like "Say yes." When marriage equality came in I don't think I ever thought I'd see that day. And I was really proud at that point in time to be British. To be honest it hasn't been stressful. Yeah, it has been stressful. It's been stressful? The two weddings are really very different. Out Hindu wedding is a typical Indian wedding. The wedding on the 19th is a little bit more modest with the numbers. So Henry was be kitted out like his dad in a kilt. We hope he behaves but we don't know. From then we'll just see. We're having a Nigerian traditional wedding celebrating in both cultures. I'm Urhobo and he's Edo. On the Saturday we're going to have the church wedding.
1. in the matter of 在……方面，就……而论
Transplantation is not always successful in the matter of flowers or maidens.
2. split up <非正>瓜分；劈成；（使）分成若干小部分；<非正>（使）断绝关系
Research suggests that children whose parents split up are more likely to drop out of high school.
3. go off 进行；爆炸；突然大作；停止运转
'Why have they gone off him now?' — 'It could be something he said.'
4. kit out 装备，穿着
And sleeping on a mattress of ice is less chilly than you might think, since the beds are covered with reindeer hides and guests are kitted out with super-warm sleeping bags.