We’re just weeks away from December 25 and many of us are dreaming of a snowy Christmas.
But, for one newlywed couple, a white Christmas is a part of everyday life.
Brits Kieran White and Tilly Christmas were wed days before lockdown began.
And, they’ve double barrelled their surname to become the world’s first Mr and Mrs White-Christmas.
The 20-year-olds claim they didn’t click as to how their names would sound together until a pal pointed it out.
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Tilly explained: "We didn't actually twig what our last names would be when we got together until a friend shared a photo of us from prom with the hashtag #WhiteChristmas.
"I wanted to keep the surname Christmas for a few reasons – I've always loved having it as a last name throughout my life and I really love Christmas time as well.
"It just so happens that the man I've married has the perfect surname to go with it!"
The duo have been together since they were at school having met there aged just 12.
The childhood sweethearts, from Bridport, Dorset, were wed earlier this month in Covid-secure ceremony at the Roman Baths in Bath, Somerset.
Just a handful of guests were able to watch the pair be wed and take on their new festive surname.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, weddings have been able to go ahead with a limited number of guests.
Despite this, thousands of UK couples have chosen to tie the knot in front of their nearest and dearest.
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