What a Real-Life 'Game Of Thrones' Wedding Looks Like

All the joys of a Westeros wedding without murder, betrayal and poison.

The wait until Game Of Thrones’ fifth season currently feels more painful than a crossbow bolt to the groin, but one couple are killing the ten month gap by tying the knot, Westeros style.

Super-fans Darren Prew and Kerry Ford got married dressed as Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow respectively, and the wedding party included a White Walker, Ygritte, Brienne and Hodor.

They spent fifty hours in hair and make-up, cut the cake with a giant sword and even had some wolves there.

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And the best part is there was no surprise mass-slaughter of the groom's family. 

Watch the video below.

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