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It's not an ideal day to get hitched, luckily there are some understanding brides and grooms
The sun may be shining and the mood may be optimistic, but that doesn't change the fact that it's probably the worst day of the year (so far) to get married.
In fact, it's probably the worst day of recent years to say "I do" to the one you love.
All over the country, couples are exchanging their vows in front of their loved ones - many of whom are probably seething with anger at the bride and groom's choice of date.
There are even the World Cup superfans who have re-arranged their OWN wedding to avoid it clashing with quarter final game against Sweden .
As for those unlucky fans who have RSVPed 'yes' and the brides and grooms who hadn't envisaged England performing so well back when they sent out those Save the Dates, some are having to get creative today.
Creative and, in some cases, a little bit sneaky.
Some brides and grooms are giving in and just letting the guests watch it.
Whereas some members of the church are taking matters into their own hands.
However, other guests are having to be resort to desperate measures.
By the way, whoever you are, we think the lady in front has busted you .
It's not difficult to understand why World Cup fever has taken hold.
England are the favourites to win in this quarter-final game with odds of 1/1.
It's also the second time England have been up against Sweden in the World Cup, with the most recent one being back in 2006, when England was managed by Sven-Göran Eriksson.
Needless to say, today Sven is supporting Sweden.
Overall, we have nine wins, seven defeats and eight draws against the Scandinavian nation.