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We’re getting married in the morning, ding dong the bells are gonna chime...

I’ve waited so long to write that sentence, haha!

So what are you guys up to this weekend? Not much? Oh well, me neither. Just off to get married tomorrow, that’s all.

Everything you’ve ever heard about organising weddings being super-stressful is absolutely true.

I can’t believe it’s here already. How did that happen?

On the one hand it feels like time has flown by, but on the other it’s been a wedding in the making for quite some time.

Last weekend really was full of wedding buzz. On Saturday evening my sister Jo had Matt and I round for a pre- wedding dinner, which basically meant we could request anything we wanted.

Well, to be honest, as lovely as the food was, they needn’t have gone to such effort because we didn’t sit down and eat until midnight.

That’s because the entire time was spent dancing in her kitchen!

My mum organised a beautiful bridal tea party for me at hers on Sunday and it really was such a lovely day – especially given how ill I’ve been lately.

I don’t know if I was happier because I could have a Pimms or that I was tucking into sandwiches – carbs!

Perhaps I was equally delighted, but it was just what I needed.

This week has been crazily busy. Everything you’ve ever heard about organising weddings being super-stressful is absolutely true.

My gosh, I had no idea what went into getting hitched until now.

It’s crazy how much you have to think about and organise and everyone who’s anyone has asked me something this week, to the point where I really could have shut my door and said ‘go away’.

Clearly I didn’t, but my goodness I have a new-found respect for people in the wedding industry.

Our wedding is at St Mary’s Church in Fratton at 1pm tomorrow. So when you hear those city bells chime, please say a little prayer or a wish for us as we begin our new life as Mr and Mrs Kingston.

See you on the other side, friends. I’ll tell you all about how it went this time next week.