They should say "marriage vows" at least 84 times

On Sunday, November 7, the Great Barrier Reef on in Australia, it was possible to observe an unusual event: the couple Denise and Mark Duffield-Thomas in the 80 th time said "marriage vow." These young people go on the record beaten, listed in the Guinness Book of Records.

Winner of Ultimate Job - Australian Denise and Englishman Mark - received a prize in the form of paid-in "honeymoon" with the length of one year. They swore to each other eternal loyalty to the United States and Kenya, Mauritius and Zanzibar in London and Dublin, Malta and Jordan, Spain and the Indonesian island of Bali, Thailand - and now in Australia.

To get into the Guinness Book of Records, they need to have time for the year to say "marriage vows" at least 84 times.

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