Will Weddings Be Allowed By The End Of 2020? Chris Fearne Answers

For the past few months, brides and grooms who planned on getting married anywhere between March and August have been postponing their wedding day to a later date.

Speaking to many brides-to-be, a large number postponed to later on in 2020, while others weren’t ready to take the risk, and postponed to 2021.

Earlier today, it was announced that as of this Friday, 5th June, People can gather in groups of 75, as long as social distancing is maintained.

It seems only natural, that as weeks pass, if numbers keep decreasing or remain low, then mass gatherings will be allowed, and weddings can take place.

Chris Fearne was directly asked by a local about the situation with mass gatherings … his reply was shared on a local wedding Facebook page, and this is what he replied:

“Mass gatherings are not allowed yet. For the moment I cannot predict what will be allowed in October. It all depends on the situation. We are taking it a day at a time. Thank you,” Chris Fearne confirms.

Even 2021 brides are not sure whether their special day, will in fact, happen or not.

And although it might not sound like the ideal thing to do, all we can do now is hope for the best and take it day by day, as Chris Fearne said.


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