Whistle-stop wedding

PUBLISHED: 10:19 13 August 2009 | UPDATED: 17:03 25 August 2010

TOGETHER: Suzanne and Tom at St Pancras

TOGETHER: Suzanne and Tom at St Pancras

A NEWLYWED couple celebrated their wedding on both sides of the Channel.

A NEWLYWED couple celebrated their wedding on both sides of the Channel.

Suzanne Goodall and Tom Croft, both aged 28, from Greenwich, tied the knot at the Chelsea and Kensington registry office before they joined all their guests on board the Eurostar to continue their celebrations in Belgium.

The couple, who met seven years ago whilst studying in London, are both British but the bride grew up in Genval, near Brussels.

After the wedding last Friday the couple managed to squeeze in a glass of bubbly at the world's longest champagne bar at the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras station.

The champagne reception continued all the way to Brussels.

The new Mrs Croft said: "We always thought it would be really cool and fun to get married here then have the party in Brussels.


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