A bride is cheered as she dashes for a taxi to beat the 10pm coronavirus pub curfew following her wedding.
Rowan Foxley celebrated her wedding to Jason McCabe with a gathering of close friends and family in Glasgow’s West End on Friday but the celebration finished at 10pm in line with new rules.
They wed earlier at Glengoyne Distillery, near Killearn, where Jason works as a distiller, before dinner and drinks at The Bothy restaurant.
Rowan, a hairdresser, of Milngavie, said: “It was nice to be able to get together with even a small group with all the restrictions in place. We got married outside at the distillery and it was beautiful and then had a lovely time in the city.
“There were a few cheers as I crossed the road at the end of the night in my wedding dress. I suppose it was quite an unusual sight.”
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon sent her best wishes to the couple after seeing the picture, taken by photographer Wattie Cheung.
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) September 26, 2020
Police deployed extra officers across Scotland on Friday night to ensure the new 10pm pub closing time was properly observed.
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