A father of two children from Nottinghamshire, who was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 30, has closed the knot with his childhood sweetheart.
Daniel Bradbury, 31, made his own vows during the ceremony at the Arnot Hill registry office. He told her that he hopes she remembers and cherishes those words when his memory fades.
Family and friends of the Hucknall couple – with two-year-old twins Lola and Jasper – traveled from far away and were part of their special
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Daniel and Jordan decided that they had been married three months after becoming engaged. They decided to marry as soon as possible so they could enjoy the celebrations before the effects of Daniel's conditions became stronger.
Jordan said, "We had something so special. We felt like we were blinking and the day was over, but we could not be happier, like Dan was that day felt and supportive our family and friends.
"Many of them traveled from all over the UK to join us, and that meant a lot to Dan and me. I cried through most of my vows. The emotions were high and it meant so much to me that I was able to keep my promises.
"My personal highlight that day was that Dan in his suit and beautiful hand-written vows,
"Later he told me that he meant every word and in the future, if he is unable to tell me every day, and if his memory fades, he hopes that I remember these words and appreciate them, so he will always feel about me.
Daniel was diagnosed with dementia last September after experiencing symptoms such as short-term memory Problems
He has a very rare form of Alzheimer's that was caused by a mutation in the gene called PSEN1, he inherited the gene from his father Adrian, who died of the disease at the age of 36 in 1999. There is a 50 percent chance Lola and Jasper have also inherited the gene.
It is estimated that only about 600 families worldwide have a hereditary form of dementia, and people with one of the rare genetic versions tend to develop the disease at a young age even in their 30s or 40s.
Daniel said, "The news was so bad that I put my head in my hands and went into shock. Everyone was in tears. "
Remembering the moment Daniel told her the news, Mama Lorraine added," Daniel said to me, 'If I ever end up like my father, then do not let me see my kids' way
"The last time Daniel saw his father, he was in bed and could not speak, that's Daniel's last memory So I told him I would never let that happen. "
Daniel can no longer carry his children to bed even though he still reads a bedtime story to them.
Since his diagnosis, the couple, who has been together for 12 years, have focused on making memories as a family and fulfilling Daniel's Bucket list.
The list includes a trip to Disneyland, which they will continue later this year as a belated honeymoon, and the twins for see the first day of school.