A playful pooch is making headlines for pulling off an epic photobomb at his owners' wedding.
According to "Today," Angie Blumberg and Jayce Conway of Illinois exchanged vows July 28 in Big Sky, Montana. Their beloved Labrador retriever and best man, Boone, was supposed to stand between Conway and his brother during the ceremony.
But Boone apparently had other ideas. Although he stayed put during the processional, he "couldn't resist going over to say 'hi'" to Blumberg when she made her appearance, Conway told "Today."
The couple's photographer, Chris Davis, snapped away as Boone enjoyed a tumble in the grass during the opening prayer. A photo of the moment quickly went viral on social media, where it was shared more than 50,000 times, "Today" reported.
A woman is looking for help finding her grandmother's missing wedding ring, which was attached to her wedding bouquet.
Karen Olsen said the bouquet may have fallen out of her bag in Pittsburgh when she was walking on Federal Street between her reception at PNC Park to the Springhill Suites about 11:15 p.m. Saturday.
Olsen said there were a lot of people walking around on Federal Street after the Luke Bryan concert and is hoping someone picked up the bouquet.
She described the ring as a "simple gold band" but said it has sentimental value.
If you have any information about the missing ring or bouquet, you can call 724-307-5469.
A Memphis, Tennessee, couple is going viral for all the right reasons.
They went on a date, and both planned to propose on the same day.
Jessa Gillaspie posted a video of the dual proposal on Facebook, and it has been shared thousands of times.
In the video, Becky McCade is seen getting on one knee to propose. Gillaspie breaks into laughter and shows her now-fiancee the second ring.
Gillaspie edited the video description after it went viral to say: "We had no idea this would blow up so quickly! But I can’t say I’m not thrilled, because all I’ve ever wanted was for Beck and the world to know how much l love her. We are overwhelmed with all of the positive responses. Really, you guys have no idea how much that means to us!"
Congratulations, Becky and Jessa!
An old adage claims that if it rains on your wedding day, you’ll be showered with good luck. But too much rain may put a damper on any wedding, especially one that is held outside.
Marcus and Diana Joseph were married earlier this month at Grant Hill Farms in Commerce, Georgia. They watched the weather forecast that promised that rain showers were going to dry up after a few minutes. The few minutes became a half hour, “Good Morning America” reported.
Instead of moving the ceremony inside, the groomsmen came up with an idea to keep the bride dry.
Diana told “Good Morning America,” “They said, ‘Why don’t we walk out with our bridesmaids? Once we all get down the aisle, we’ll come back up and cover you as you walk back down.’”
That’s exactly what they did. They all had white umbrellas that they held over Diana and her father as they walked down the aisle. The best man held Diana’s dress out of the water so it wouldn’t get soaked.
“I was completely covered -- me and my dad,” she told “Good Morning America.”
Marcus said he chose his groomsmen for a specific reason.
“If something were to happen to me, I know that each one of the guys can be someone Diana can go to if she needs to,” Marcus told “Good Morning America.”
Patients at St. Joseph's Hospice in London received a special gift after Saturday's royal wedding.
According to People magazine, Britain's Prince Harry and bride Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, gave the hospice some flowers that had been used to decorate St. George's Chapel for their ceremony.
"Today we got a very special delivery. Beautiful bouquets made from the #royalwedding flowers which we gave to our patients," the hospice wrote on Facebook, along with a photo of a smiling patient holding a bouquet. "A big thank you to Harry and Meghan and florist Philippa Craddock. Our hospice smells and looks gorgeous. Such a lovely gesture."
Meanwhile, Markle sent her bridal bouquet to Westminster Abbey "to rest on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior," a tribute to those who died in World War I and other military conflicts, according to a press release.
"This is a tradition which was begun by HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, at her marriage to King George VI in memory of her brother Fergus who was killed in 1915 at the Battle of Loos during the First World War," the release said.
A new member of the royal family is making headlines – and no, we're not talking about Meghan Markle.
According to the Guardian, a beagle named Guy was in a Kentucky kill shelter until Ontario-based A Dog's Dream Rescue saved him and offered him for adoption at a 2015 event in Canada. That's where he met his new owner, Markle, who went on to marry Britain's Prince Harry on Saturday.
A royal spokesman told the Guardian in November that Guy had moved to England with Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex.
WLKY reported Saturday that Guy has even been seen riding in the car with Queen Elizabeth II.
“It’s just beyond my wildest imagination,” A Dog's Dream Rescue founder Dolores Doherty told the Guardian. “How is that for a rags-to-riches story from a good old Kentucky beagle?”
Bride Meghan Markle wasn't the only one turning heads at Saturday's royal wedding.
Many fans of the royals said Lady Kitty Spencer, niece of the late Princess Diana and daughter of Earl Charles Spencer, Diana's brother, looked just like her famous aunt.
According to the New York Daily News, the 27-year-old model wore a forest green Dolce & Gabbana dress with a matching hat and veil.
Here's what people were saying:
After Saturday's royal wedding, Meghan Markle honored the late Princess Diana, Prince Harry's mother, with a little "something blue."
The ring wasn't the only nod to the Princess of Wales. BuzzFeed reported that Markle's wedding bouquet included Diana's favorites, forget-me-nots, which Prince Harry picked from the Kensington Palace gardens. Additionally, two of Diana's diamonds were used to make Markle's engagement ring, "Today" reported.
A seemingly innocent quiz that has been sweeping social media could help scammers get their hands on your personal data, experts say.
"What's your royal wedding guest name?" the meme, which began circulating ahead of Saturday's royal wedding, asks.
One version reads as follows:
"In honor of the royal wedding, use your 'royal wedding guest name' this week. Start with either 'Lord' or 'Lady' – your first name is one of your grandparents' names. Your surname is the name of your first pet, then 'of' followed by the name of the street you grew up on."
"If they’re asking you what could be security-rated questions like ‘What’s your mother’s maiden name?' – things that you would get asked that would allow you to perhaps reset a password, login to a system through some alternative approach – they could be taking that information and be attempting to hack into systems with that," Dave Hatter, WXIX's technology expert, told the TV station.
A computer security expert identified as Snow echoed the sentiment in a message to HuffPost, saying the answers "could be used to gain access to accounts (social media, banking, work email, etc) with potential for identity theft."
While not outright confirming the reports, it asked for “understanding,” especially for the American bride-to-be and her father.
“This is a deeply personal moment for Ms. Markle in the days before her wedding,” a Kensington Palace spokesman said Monday. “She and Prince Harry ask again for understanding and respect to be extended to Mr. Markle in this difficult situation.”
The statement comes on the heels of a TMZ report earlier Monday that Thomas Markle would skip the wedding due to his involvement in posing for photos that were sold for large sums of money. Markle, 73, told TMZ that he’d “meant no harm to Meghan or the royal family.”
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