Belfast Telegraph

Just married: First date at London train station put Pamela McCrossan and Jules Capriglione on the right track

Pamela McCrossan and Jules Capriglione are enjoying married life in Belfast following their wedding in Co Tyrone.

Pamela (32), a special needs teacher from Strabane, and Jules (32), a marketing director from Italy, who grew up in London, had their first date on January 2, 2012 .

They dated and fell in love.

"We met in London at Waterloo station for our first date and it took off from there," Pamela said.

Pamela and Jules became engaged in July, 2013.

"We were coming back to Ireland to visit our friends and family," Pamela said.

"He proposed to me in the Europa Hotel, where we were staying."

Jules and Pamela's marriage service took place at St Patrick's in Greencastle, Co Tyrone.

"It was lovely," Pamela said.

"We had a small ceremony with our close friends and family."

A relaxing and fun-filled reception followed for the couple at Tullylagan Country House.

The newlyweds' first dance was to the track Hanging By A Moment by Lifehouse.

"We had a magical day," Pamela said.

"It flew by. Tullylagan Country House is the ideal setting for a nice, small wedding."

Following their big day, the happy couple headed to Dublin for a few days and will also be honeymooning in Amalfi, where Jules is originally from, later this year.

Married life is going well.

"It's good", Pamela said.

"We have just moved over from years in London, so Jules is adapting to the Irish way of life."

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