A pair of Take That fans were left stunned late last week when front man Gary Barlow crashed their wedding to serenade them with their favourite song.
Immediately following a Take That concert at the MEN arena in Manchester, the lead vocalist travelled to Liverpool to serenade Chelsee and Dean Siadankay on 29 May, with a rendition of the 1992 hit, A Million Love Songs.
The Litherland couple were coming to the end of their celebrations at the Formby Hall Golf Resort and Spa when the 44-year-old hitmaker surprised them and their guests.
The groom was left reeling after their unexpected visitor's performance, stating: "It was a dream come true marrying Chelsee but to have our absolute favourite singer Gary Barlow there to sing 'our song' was amazing. It made the day even more memorable. We never thought it would happen to us."
The newlyweds initially contacted the singer on Twitter in January after the former X Factor judge shared with his followers that he planned to perform at five of his biggest fans' weddings earlier this year. In the run-up to their special day, the Siadankay's tweeted him constantly, never giving up hope that he would make an appearance at their reception.
Whilst the bride and groom had no idea that Barlow would be showing up, the people working at Formby Hall were in on the secret and after the wedding, revealed that "keeping the surprise under wraps for weeks has been difficult."
Marketing manager Tim Cowell went on to say it was all worth it though, just "to see Chelsee and Dean's faces. Gary was a true gent and it's easy to see why he promised to do five weddings this year - it must be a great feeling to see how happy newly-weds are when he shows up.
"Every wedding we hold at Formby Hall is special but this one will certainly go down in the history books as one to remember."