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The couple were due to tie the knot in June but they have been forced to call off their marriage plans because of the uncertainty over Frank Lampard’s football future. The England international Frank Lampard and his lover Christine Bleakley has cancelled their their summer marriage.
According to reports, the couple were all set to tie the knot in June in what was expected to be a fairytale wedding day for Christine, the ITV’s Dancing On Ice host. But they were forced to cal off all their wedding plans because of the uncertainty over Frank’s career.
In December, 2012, thirty four old Christine revealed that they were all set to tie the knot in 2013. Recently, they were seen relishing the first sunshine together in London previous week and they clearly besotted with each other. But on the other hand, thirty four old Lampard is still to get a club where he could move.
An insider told that Lampard’s beloved told that she and Frank wanted to get married, they have been engaged for almost 2 years. But they thought that as they have very little idea of where they could end up, the best thing was to call off. They exactly knew what kind of marriage they wanted and everyone was looking ahead to it but now it is now impossible. The couple would start thinking regarding it once again when they know which club Frank Lampard will play at.
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Earlier it was reported that the Tokyo Disneyland had finally agreed to offer its marriage packages to gay and lesbian couples in Japan. Earlier this month, the same lesbian pair that encouraged the Disneyland to do so turned to be the very first pair to tie he knot at the park, with Minnie and Mickey in attendance.
Koyuki Higashi and partner Hirokogot married on 1st March at Cinderella’s Castle – one of the first pairs to take advantage of the new wedding package by Disney Royal Dream Wedding. Even though the company had earlier asked that one of them sport a tuxedo, but after consulting with Disney head offices, they took off the restriction and this is the reason why both brides looked really lovely in full white wedding gowns in their wedding day.
After Higashi tweeted snaps, the story started trending and was picked up by many media outlets, triggering a discussion of same-sex rights in a country where it is an often taboo subject. Many people were positive on the matter, sending warm wishes to the couple, though some were not very supportive, from asking whether same-sex wedding is a civil rights issue to the usual homophobic comments.
As same-sex wedding is not yet legal in the country, the nuptials were just ceremonial, but such a high-profile marriage hosted by a company that has always been careful about its public image is surely a step in the right path.