FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- A weekend of wedded bliss as 21Alive's Corinne Rose married local photographer, Michael MacLeod, at the Dunvegan Castle on the Isle of Skye off the northwest coast of Scotland.
Dunvegan is the seat of the MacLeod (pronounced MacCloud) clan. For the past 800 years the Chiefs of the MacLeod's have lived at Dunvegan.
On their last day there, they got to meet the current chief, Hugh.
The video shows the Skye bridge, the castle from the Loch, Corinne's dress and the drawing room where the ceremony was held. A bag piper played as Corinne entered the castle and as the couple went into the library where they signed the official wedding registry to make things legal in Scotland. Then, the doors to the library opened to reveal the newlyweds to their guests and witnesses who were waiting in the dining room where the reception was held.
Everyone at 21Alive would like to congratulate Corinne and Michael and wish them a lifetime of happiness together!
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