Friday, April 20, 2007

Driving lesson to wedding

Most brides opt for a vintage car or horse and carriage to carry them to their wedding.

But learner driver Leann Taylor, 29, a mother-of-two from Cardiff, wanted her big day to be one to remember.

So she swapped her high heels for trainers and used her Saturday morning driving lesson to drive - in her wedding dress - to the city's register office.

Afterwards she admitted it was one of her better lessons, although her false nails were "a bit of a hindrance".

She has been learning to drive since August and hopes to take her test this summer.

She said she just wanted to be different for her mode of transport to her wedding to husband Roy.


Anonymous said...

I'm not trying to be mean or judgemental but if she still needs lessons at 29, keep that knucklehead off the road with me okay???


dom said...

She probably thought the same thing of you .... who's that muppet tailgating me ?!!