Virginia bride renews her vows for her grandmother's benefit

Emotional moment newlyweds get married for a second time so the bride's grandmother, 90, can watch ceremony through window of her care home as she isolates during pandemic Harvey and Virginia Sydnor got married on October 20, 2020 in Richmond, VA  Mrs Sydnor, 36, was unable to invite her grandmother Virginia, 90, to the event Instead, staff at the Windsor Senior Center arranged a second   Mr Sydnor, 51, said seeing his wife and her grandmother's reaction was amazing 

By Darren Boyle for MailOnline

Published: 10:11 GMT, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 10:11 GMT, 22 January 2021

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A pair of newlyweds undertook a beautiful gesture for the bride's grandmother, by getting married for the second time so she could attend a private ceremony. 

Virginia Cannon, 90, was brought to tears when she watched her granddaughter, also named Virginia, and husband Harvey Sydnor marry through the window of her care facility in Richmond, Virginia. 

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Harvey, 51, and Virginia, 36, initially tied the knot on October 10, 2020 – but when Virginia's grandmother couldn't attend because of health reasons and the pandemic, the couple wanted to do everything they could to make sure she did not miss out on

Harvey Sydnor, left, and his wife Virginia, center, got married for a second time so her grandmother Virginia Cannon, right, could witness the ceremony from inside her care home in Richmond, Virginia

Harvey Sydnor, left, and his wife Virginia, center, got

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