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Want the biggest political stories and analysis sent to you every week? up to our FREE newsletter. A gay couple have said "the smile hasn't left their faces" knowing that same-sex marriage will be legalised in Northern Ireland from today. Under new regulations by Westminster, marriage for same-sex couples will officially become law in the country from January However, under the new regulations, gay couples planning on getting married had to indicate their intention to marry 28 days before doing so.
Elise Rinchey and Margaret Seeds, from Lisburn , have been together for the past 13 years and the couple have set the date for their special day later this year on December 13th. Speaking from their home, the couple said the moment would be their "final step" for their relationship. Elise's partner, Margaret, 30, said the new law ified a day of "love and hope" for Northern Ireland. She added: "We haven't taken the smile off our faces since the news was announced and we are looking forward to making it official.
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Same-sex marriage legalised in Northern Ireland as couple plan their "happy ever after"