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Till death us do part: Couple pose for photos on edge of 400ft Seven Sisters cliffs where student, 23, slipped and died while having photo taken Tourists have faced warnings about the dangers of the East Sussex location, with its crumbling chalk cliffs But these newlyweds chose to ignore advice and were inches away from the Birling Gap cliff, near Eastbourne One image shows the unnamed couple posing in front of the magnificent backdrop of the popular white cliffs Another picture sees the bride holding a bomber jacket while an assistant fiddles with her flowing white gown And the final picture is taken from behind the couple and shows just how close to the 400ft drop they were The area saw a tragic fatality in 2017 when 23-year-old student Hyewon Kim plunged 200ft to her death

By James Gant For Mailonline

Published: 17:57 BST, 30 September 2019 | Updated: 08:56 BST, 1 October 2019

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A couple has posed for photographs on the edge of the 400ft Seven Sisters where a student slipped and died while having her picture taken.

Tourists have faced repeat warnings about the dangers of the East Sussex location, with a stretch of its crumbling chalk cliffs giving way after a torrent of bad weather just this weekend.

But these newlyweds chose to ignore the advice and were seen inches away from the edge of the precipice at Birling Gap.

These newlyweds chose to ignore the advice and were seen inches away from the edge of the precipice at Birling Gap near Eastbourne

These newlyweds chose to ignore the advice and were seen inches away from the edge of the precipice at Birling Gap near Eastbourne 

This image shows the pair posing in front of the magnificent backdrop of the white cliffs in East Sussex. Tourists have faced repeat warnings about the dangers of the East Sussex location, with a stretch of its crumbling chalk cliffs giving way after a torrent of bad weather just this weekend

This image shows the pair posing in front of the magnificent backdrop of the white cliffs in East Sussex. Tourists have faced repeat warnings about the dangers of the East Sussex location, with a stretch of its crumbling chalk cliffs giving way after a torrent of bad weather just this weekend

Another sees the bride holding a bomber jacket while an assistant fiddles with her flowing white gown. The photo shoot goes against repeated National Trust and coastguard warnings not to approach the edge due to the unpredictable nature of the chalk

Another sees the bride holding a bomber jacket while an assistant fiddles with her flowing white gown. The photo shoot goes against repeated National Trust and

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