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The couple from Coventry got hitched after staff member Joanna Shakespeare asked for a registrar on Twitter. A member of Coventry Register Office responded and the pair were then pictured tying the knot while surrounded by nurses. University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Trust described it as "an afternoon we won't forget". Patricia and Phillip first met on a pantomime production more than 46 years ago, the BBC reported. Dr Leigh Anne Brace and matron May Parsons were witnesses at the ceremony and other medical staff were bridesmaids, the report added.