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Valentine's Day Special For Couple Married On KEYE TV
Updated: Saturday, August 3 2013, 05:15 PM CDT
Many couples decide to get married on Valentine's Day. But how many can tie the knot on "live" TV?
An Austin couple did in the KEYE studio and they're celebrating a big anniversary on this holiday.
In 2002, Bonnie Brown and her fiancé Ronnie Irons won a contest. Their wedding was broadcast on KEYE TV News at noon on Valentine's Day.
Ten years later they returned to KEYE to see a replay of their wedding. During their busy lives they misplaced the tape of their TV nuptials so we searched the archives and there it was.
Bonnie said she had chills as she watched the ceremony. Her husband Ronnie recalls, "It was the most beautiful day I had ever seen. My wife, she was very beautiful. She looked like a real princess and that was one of the most valuable moments of my life."
Bonnie was still giddy as she described her special day. "I was all in diamonds, dress and all. It was like being a princess and stuff, to be like movie stars. You know there was pampering with the face. I felt like royalty. It was fun," Bonnie Irons told KEYE.
"I told my wife that I wanted to give her something she would never forget," Ronnie said. And Bonnie replied, "Yea and I never forgot it. Ha! Ha!"
And there's more. After the Irons were married on TV, they got married a second time in front of another judge that night before more family and friends. How about that? Two weddings in one day.
Happy Valentine's Day everyone!