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JUST MARRIED: Constance and Arthur Lesa leave the church yesterday after they exchanged vows.Lawyers, Arthur Junior Lesā and Constance Tafua Rivers have celebrated a new step in their journey together, being married yesterday at the Mulivai Immaculate Cathedral.

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Friends and family packed the building, witnessing the pair promising to cherish each other through whatever life brings their way, and beginning their life as husband and wife.

Father William Hansel SM conducted the ceremony, where he told the newlywed couple being married takes a lot of sacrifices.

“Love means patience and kind; it is neither rude nor selfish and because of your love for each other we are here today,” he said.

“Love is the uniform that you have chosen to wear for the rest of your lives and if you have that kind of love then you are both ready to endure whatever comes your way.

“You are here today to proclaim your love for each other before God, your families and to the world.”

After the service, the newlyweds, their bridal party and friends accompanied them to the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, where the reception was held.

The groom is the youngest of the three children of Salote and Afa Lesā, from Vaivase Uta, while the bride is the eldest of the six children of Brent and Matile Tafua Rivers, from Vaoala.

The bride and groom are both lawyers.

BRIDE’S PARENTS: Brent Rivers, Constance Tafua Rivers and Matile Tafua Rivers at the Immaculate Cathedral, Mulivai.

 

 

 

 

 

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