Newlyweds share first dance on Grafton Street
A newlywed couple stopped off on Grafton Street for a quick first dance to the beautiful music of teenage busker Allie Sherlock.
Newly married couple Emma and Keith had just tied the knot in Dublin and were taking the romantic stroll through the city to their wedding reception nearby.
It just so happened that the talented Allie Sherlock was busking on their route, so Emma and Keith decided to stop off for a quick romantic first dance on the streets of Dublin.
They were recorded by wedding film-maker Keith Malone, who was one of the wedding party following Emma and Keith to their reception.
It was a lovely moment as the crowd parted and allowed the happy couple a few moments together as they begin their married life.
It was made all the more special as the music and singing was provided by busking sensation Allie Sherlock.
The teen has become a big hit online after her brilliant vocals caught the attention of the world.
She was even invited to appear on The Ellen Show in America.
Take a look at the heart-warming video below.
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