Rebecca Macmillan and Nick Cheethama received the finest of surprises when they learned that they were going to be parents four weeks after their wedding. The mother therefore did not expect labor to begin on the morning of the fateful date. As she was to prepare to walk down the aisle, she actually gave birth to her Boy named Rory. Rebecca told the Daily Record : “Every bride wants a memorable day and Rory made ours more memorable than most.“Before adding:”We finally did not marriedbut we got the most beautiful little boy instead.”
When they learned the pregnancythe two future parents first thought of postpone the wedding. “When we found out we were having a baby, we wanted to postpone the wedding. But after going through the pandemic of covid. We realized that life was too short and we decided to take the plunge..”, she confided. Rebecca Macmillan began to feel bad the day before of his wedding, right in the preparations. “In the evening, […] I called the midwife. She examined me and told me that at that time, my symptoms were normal and that I should be fine, but had to call back if anything changed.”
The birth of the little boy turned the event upside down
Rebecca woke up in the early hours of the morning of the big event, as she water broke. She calmly called thehospital and packed his bags. She confided: “As I was leaving, I knocked on the door of my bridesmaids to tell them that I was going to thehospital.” Nick took it upon himself to contact the wedding vendors to cancel their big day. Families, meanwhile, contacted the 200 guests. During delivery, doctors noticed that the baby’s heart rate began to drop alarmingly. They therefore decided to carry out a caesarean section. Finally, the little boy arrived, perfect health. Many guests, who had gathered at the wedding venue, were able to toast Rory’s birth. Rebecca said: “We had a Facebook page for our wedding. We posted a picture of Rory to let everyone know he was there.“. A nice news which will mark this little family forever.