Offbeat Bride Meets The Man Carrying Her Son's Heart On Her Wedding Day

14:21  11 july  2017
14:21  11 july  2017 Source:   MSN

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The groom gave her two hearts that day --his own, and her son ' s . 0 replies 0 retweets 0 likes. Why was he currying her son ' s heart shouldn't it have been in his body? God bless, -Lars.

Becky listened to her son ' s heart beating through Jacob's chest. Many guests burst into tears and embraced the bride and groom, telling them it was their brother and sister showing their presence at the wedding ."

Groom Kelly Turney surprised his bride Becky with a special last-minute addition to the bridal party at their wedding on Saturday.

During the ceremony in Palmer, Alaska, Becky met honorary groomsman Jacob Kilby for the very first time. Jacob is the man who received a life-saving heart transplant from the bride’s late son Triston Green, who died in 2015 at the age of 19.

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During her wedding ceremony, her now-husband, Kelly Turney, wanted to make sure her son was as much a part of their wedding as possible. “I met a man named Jacob Kilby yesterday who is alive because of a heart transplant received from this brides son , Triston.”

“I met a man named Jacob Kilby yesterday who is alive because of a heart transplant received from this brides son , Triston. “ Her son couldn’t be here for the wedding day but Becky’ s groom Kelly Turney , surprised her by flying Jacob up to Alaska to stand in as a groomsmen, carrying Triston’ s

The emotional moment was captured by photographer Amber Lanphier of Love Adventured.

“I knew about this surprise but nothing prepares you for the beauty of this moment,” Amber wrote in a Facebook post.

The pictures were featured on the Love What Matters Facebook page and have since gone viral.

Leading up to the wedding, the groom arranged for Jacob to fly to Alaska for the big day so that Triston could be there in spirit.

“When [Kelly] announced Jacob was in the crowd my jaw dropped, I couldn’t believe it!” the bride told Babble. “I squealed like a little girl, jumped up and down, and couldn’t wait to embrace him.”

In one especially touching photo, Becky puts a stethoscope to Jacob’s chest to listen to her son’s heartbeat.

On her Facebook page, the bride wrote that Jacob’s presence was the “most amazing surprise.”

“Hands down the best gift. Most amazing surprise ever!” she wrote. “Thank you for caring for Triston’s heart. Thank you for being here!”

H/T Love What Matters

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