Lo­cal cou­ple en­joys their first Valen­tine’s Day as new­ly­weds

Whitsunday Times - - MOTORING -

WHILE some peo­ple are hop­ing for cupid’s ar­row to strike this Valen­tine’s Day, Can­non­vale res­i­dents Madi­son and Re­becca French will be cel­e­brat­ing it for the first time as a mar­ried cou­ple.

The high school sweet­hearts have been to­gether for the past nine years and were mar­ried in a beach cer­e­mony on the Gold Coast in front of more than 120 fam­ily and friends last month.

The cou­ple re­lo­cated to the Whit­sun­days in June last year, and said they were ex­cited to spend their first Valen­tine’s Day as Mr and Mrs French in the Whit­sun­days.

“I still re­mem­ber the very first Valen­tine’s Day gift that Madi­son gave me. It was a pair of rose printed multi-grip pli­ers when we were 16,” Mrs French said with a laugh.

The happy cou­ple have planned a ro­man­tic night at home and will be cook­ing a de­li­cious three course din­ner with tiramisu for dessert.

“We de­cided to have a din­ner and drinks at home for Valen­tine’s Day be­cause we are try­ing to save for a house,” Mr French said.

“We loved ev­ery mo­ment of our wed­ding but we both agreed, that if we hadn’t have al­ready paid the de­posit, we would have loved to have our wed­ding on Hamil­ton Is­land.”

YOUNG LOVE: Re­becca and Madi­son French were mar­ried at a beau­ti­ful cer­e­mony on the Gold Coast on Jan­uary 4, and will be en­joy­ing a three course din­ner at their home in Can­non­vale this Valen­tine's Day.

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