Video: Newlywed’s stunning video of their first dance goes viral

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A bride and groom were left gobsmacked when a stunning video of their first dance went viral.

The incredible footage shows Julie Pye, 39, and Neal Morrell, 28, start slow dancing to Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud surrounded by wedding guests. Neal picks up Julie and smoothly places her down before getting down on his knee and kissing her hand at Wrenbury Hall, near Nantwich, Cheshire. The newly married couple dance alone for 1.37-seconds before the tempo of the song suddenly lifts and Neal is replaced on stage by Julie’s friends. The group performs an amazing, orchestrated routine with dance teacher Julie getting lifted up by a male pal as nine women circle her.

Videograb of the first dance at Neal and Julie Morrells wedding. See News Team story NTIDANCE; A bride and groom were left gobsmacked when a stunning video of their first dance went viral. The incredible footage shows Julie Pye, 39, and Neal Morrell, 28, start slow dancing to Ed Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud surrounded by wedding guests. Neal picks up Julie and smoothly places her down before getting down on his knee and kissing her hand at Wrenbury Hall, near Nantwich, Cheshire. The newly married couple dance alone for 1.37-seconds before the tempo of the song suddenly lifts and Neal is replaced on stage by Julie's friends. The group performs an amazing, orchestrated routine with dance teacher Julie getting lifted up by a male pal as nine women circle her.

Videograb of the first dance at Neal and Julie Morrells wedding. See News Team story NTIDANCE; A bride and groom were left gobsmacked when a stunning video of their first dance went viral. The incredible footage shows Julie Pye, 39, and Neal Morrell, 28, start slow dancing to Ed Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud surrounded by wedding guests. Neal picks up Julie and smoothly places her down before getting down on his knee and kissing her hand at Wrenbury Hall, near Nantwich, Cheshire. The newly married couple dance alone for 1.37-seconds before the tempo of the song suddenly lifts and Neal is replaced on stage by Julie's friends. The group performs an amazing, orchestrated routine with dance teacher Julie getting lifted up by a male pal as nine women circle her.

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