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Scots bride goes into labour on wedding day as baby arrives weeks early

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A bride who gave birth on her wedding day says the early arrival of her unexpected little guest was the perfect wedding gift.

As a former wedding planner, Rebecca Macmillan knows better than most that timing is everything when it comes to planning your special day.But when she and partner Nick Cheetham found out the surprise news they were set to become parents just four weeks after the dream wedding they had booked, they felt sure they had time to spare.Tiny wedding-gatecrashe r Rory had other ideas.

Shocked Rebecca went into labour on the morning of her wedding day.At a time when she should have been getting ready to walk down the aisle, she was giving birth to her baby son by emergency caesarean section.She believes little Rory clearly didn’t want to miss his parents’ special day.Rebecca said: “Every bride wants a memorable wedding day, and Rory has made ours more memorable than most.“We ended up not getting married, but we have the most beautiful baby boy instead.“We may have lost most of the money spent for our wedding, but the joy of having our son is priceless.”Hairdresser Rebecca, 32, and Skills and Competency manager Nick, 36, got engaged in July last year after meeting online and dating for five years.The couple, who live in Stirling, booked their wedding for Saturday, 21st May at Gartmore Village Hall, in the heart of the Trossachs National Park, and set to work organising everything from catering to a videographer.Rebecca felt sure it was unlikely she would give birth one month before her baby’s June 20 due date.She said: “When I was a wedding planner I didn’t ever work with a pregnant bride.

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