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‘Everything happens to me,’ Mrs Kerr-Dunn, who is originally from County Cork, said with a laugh. ‘There was a three-car crash at the top of the road. It was ten to three. In those days you had to be in the church before three. The driver said: “You’d better start running.” ‘My dad started wrapping my dress – which has a big train – around him and we started running. An old woman said: “I’m sorry, love. Have you changed your mind?” ‘She thought I was running from St Mark’s Church but I was running to St Mary’s and St Peter’s. I was out of breath trying to hold my dress. When I said I was trying to get to the church for 3 pm she said: “Can I come to the wedding?” I said: “OK.” ‘At the end of the service she was in the church. She then got into one of the wedding cars and ended up in all the wedding photographs. ‘No one knew who she was and everyone was laughing.’ The pair, who have two children, Jeanette (58) and Stewart (54), celebrated yesterday with a party, which included bagpipes.
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