Newspaper article The Daily Mercury (Mackay, Australia)

E-Harmony Success for These Mackay Lovebirds

Newspaper article The Daily Mercury (Mackay, Australia)

E-Harmony Success for These Mackay Lovebirds

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Byline: Tara Cassidy Tara.Cassidy@dailymercury.com.au

TENEALE and Paul English were one lucky couple who beat the odds of online dating and turned their e-Harmony encounter into a love story.

According to the couple, it was love at first sight. After meeting online in December 2011, they had moved in as a family, with Teneale's three children, by May.

Teneale said she was drawn to Paul's relaxed and accepting nature, happily taking on her three children as if they were his own.

"We didn't seem to scare him away and five years later, we now have a house, another daughter and a wedding together," she said.

Teneale and Paul held an outdoor wedding at the botanical gardens, inviting 50 of their closest family and friends to attend.

"My sister was my bridesmaid and was 36 weeks pregnant for the ceremony," Teneale said.

"Flower girls were my daughters Bailee and Maicy and I also had my niece, Haley. They were super excited to wear their tiaras and gorgeous purple dresses. …

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