I could not be any more in love with these two humans. Their wedding, held at South Farm in Cambridgeshire, was the beginning of a beautiful friendship with them and re-kindling of a friendship with one of their groomsmen, Ben, whose wedding I photographed back in 2014.
When Chris and I drunkenly had a chat about Call of Duty late one night over Instagram message, and he told me that Angie had a bump, I was so excited that I replied in ALL CAPS back with various exclamation marks.
Fast forward a few months (in order to let that bump expand) and I was in London to capture these frames in the 20 minutes before Angie’s baby shower began, and Chris headed off to the pub to meet Ben (I later joined).
Angie, Chris, I adore you. I can’t wait to meet Penelope!!
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