Exmouth couple say ‘I do’ to dinosaur photo opportunity

PUBLISHED: 12:30 30 October 2016 | UPDATED: 11:38 31 October 2016

Debbie and Larry have their wedding photos taken in front of Manor Gardens' dinosaurs

Debbie and Larry have their wedding photos taken in front of Manor Gardens' dinosaurs

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An Exmouth couple refused to be put off taking their wedding photographs in their favourite spot by dinosaur intruders.

Debbie Haxton-Green and her new husband Larry Green, of Trefusis Place, had identified a spot in Manor Gardens to capture the big day.

When they got there, they discovered a couple of dinosaurs had invaded their spot.

The model beasts had been installed as part of the town’s dinosaur trail to celebrate Exmouth’s place on the Jurassic Coast.

Refusing to be bullied out of the photographic opportunity, Debbie and Larry had their photos taken with their honorary bridesmaids.

The couple, who have been together for four and a half years, had just married at the town hall.


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