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The unhappy bride, whose wedding was canceled 5 times, got stuck behind a burning truck on her way to the venue

Britain’s most unhappy bride finally made the knot after one final challenge with a burning truck.

Laura Luckhurst had to cancel her wedding ceremony five times due to changing lockdown restrictions – once less than 24 hours before the event, hoping she would be happy for the sixth time, but fate had one more cruel surprise in store for you.

28-year-old Laura was stuck in a four-hour traffic jam after a truck in front of her went up in flames on the M20 in Kent.

But Laura, wearing her wedding dress in the car, was determined to see the wedding go through.

To pass the time, Laura and members of her wedding party including her father and bellboy got out, took selfies in traffic, and chatted with other drivers.

While Laura was stuck in a traffic jam, she got out of the car and went for a walk – even collecting a can of cider from another stranded driver

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She certainly drew a lot of attention in her wedding dress, drinking cider from a can while she waited among the parked cars.

She said, “I’m not a huge fan of too much attention, but after about two hours I couldn’t stay locked up anymore.

“A couple of people came to talk to me, and one lady was even kind enough to give me a cider; that was something i needed believe me.

“Just before we moved again, a little girl gave me a drawing that she made of me in my dress, which I will definitely appreciate, it was beautiful.”

To make matters even more stressful, Laura's father is diabetic -

To make things even more stressful, Laura’s father is diabetic – “it’s lucky that he has some chocolate with him”

Meanwhile. Laura’s future husband Michael and the rest of the wedding party waited patiently at the Archbishop’s Palace in Maidstone.

The 29 year old groom said, “We originally looked at August last year, then we moved to November, then December, then March … and then finally this weekend.

“After all the shifts that have already taken place, I just thought we were doomed. It felt like a higher power didn’t want this.”

Despite everything, Laura and Michael finally managed to get married

Despite everything, Laura and Michael finally managed to get married

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The traffic was stopped on Saturday around 11.00 a.m. by the truck inferno and did not start again until around 2.30 p.m.

The nightmare scenario saw Mrs. Luckhurst – who had kept her maiden name Wraight longer than expected – stranded for four hours.

At around 2.30 p.m., two lanes of the road were finally released again, but by the time the bride reached her destination, it was already after 5 p.m.

Accountant Luckhurst said, “It was about a quarter past five when we actually got married. The venue was supposed to close at five, but they were so kind and understanding.”

There was one final obstacle in the form of a sudden downpour that was just beginning when Laura and Michael were taking their wedding photos

There was one final obstacle in the form of a sudden downpour that was just beginning when Laura and Michael were taking their wedding photos

And after the happy couple finally tied the knot almost five hours later than planned, the happy couple had to pass another exam when a massive downpour began as they were taking their wedding photos.

Best man Darren Parris said the couple faced constant change and unwelcome surprises ahead of Saturday.

He said, “They are a great couple, wonderful together, and they have just been so unlucky in the last 14 months or so.”

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