Alex Lefevre and Katrina Van Dyk – who have known each other since they were nine years old – had been planning their wedding on April 4 for almost two years when the coronavirus pandemic hit Australian shores. On March 24 Prime Minister Scott Morrison enforced strict social distancing measures that allow weddings to go ahead but only with the couple, the celebrant, and witnesses totalling a maximum of five people present. Not wanting to break the rules, Alex and Katrina, both 22, decided to downsize their church wedding from 150 guests in Townsville, Northern Queensland, where they grew up, to just five individuals at an estate in Adelaide, South Australia, where they are currently based. Alex Lefevre and Katrina Van Dyk (pictured) had been planning their wedding on April 4 for almost two years when the coronavirus pandemic hit Australian shores Not wanting to break the rules, Alex and Katrina, both 22, decided to downsize their church wedding from 150 guests to five (their witnesses pictured) ‘We weren’t able to get up to Townsville due to state closures and isolation requirements and also didn’t want to put anyone at risk if we happened to catch the virus on the… Read full this story
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