Woman who married a ghost says it was hard to find a church that would host their big day
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A woman who married a ghost yesterday (October 31) says finding a venue to host their nuptials had been a ghoulish task.
The singer called Brocarde was first introduced to her now-husband Edwardo when he made a surprise appearance in her home last year.
The 38-year-old from Oxfordshire described her partner as a Victorian soldier and has even revealed he once literally 'ghosted' her for a week after she appeared on national television.
Brocarde says it was a mammoth mission to find a church that would bear witness to their wedding.
She told ITV's This Morning: "I think there is a bit of an issue with religion and the after life. Not all priests believe."
She's admitted that she wasn't a believer in ghosts before she met her husband.
However, their first meeting left her very emotional and helped her see life after death.
"I had tears streaming down my face," she said.
"It was really intense, and I think it was the fact that it was so intense that converted me."
The 38-year-old has previously revealed she has been kicked out of churches and even threatened with exorcisms when looking for wedding venues.
She explained how all she wanted wass a 'huge white wedding' with her nearest and dearest, however she said 'a lot of people just can’t see the vision'.
But it appears the chapel-styled wedding is a moot point as Brocarde said Edwardo 'doesn’t feel comfortable in churches'.
She was also instructed make him a Victorian three-piece suit for the big day.
During the interview with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning, Brocarde revealed her beloved Edwardo was actually in the building.
Holly was in the middle of discussing how Brocarde and Edwardo's relationship developed when she was suddenly interrupted by the guest, who gasped in shock.
Brocarde announced: "He's here."
While he probably wasn't included on the guest list for the episode, Edwardo kindly made an appearance anyway.
Phil pointed out: "I should hope so... it's your wedding day."
Brocarde gestured towards the presenters as Holly asked 'where is he?' from behind a pillow, before pointing and saying, "Can't you see him?"
Brocarde says Edwardo 'burst into [her] bedroom in the dead of night' when they first met last year, and that he communicates by 'putting sensations through [her] body'.
"When he's around, I feel like I'm being embraced, like a kind of warm hug, and if there's things that he's really really unhappy about he'll send chills down my body," she told the presenters.