Mick Jagger, Glastonbury & English Fish ‘n Chips
April 27, 2010
This could quite possibly be the most emotionally charged ceremony I’ve ever seen! So. Much. Love. The intimate wedding (only 15 guests) took place at The Kings Road Registry Office and was followed by some good old fashioned English fish n’ chips. Quite apart from all this awesome, the couple, Fox & Cassie, are actually very cool themselves. Fox has made a record, written a book and played at Glastonbury and he was desperate to get married at the same venue as his hero Mick Jagger.
Thanks to new photographer Kevin for sharing his very first wedding with us today – what a great way to start!
Kevin Mullins Photography
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