Mother marries waiter who she danced with at her FIRST wedding

Divorced mother-of-two marries plate-smashing Greek waiter who she danced with at her FIRST wedding as she insists she’s been waiting for him ‘her entire life’

  • Natalie Perry, 37, from Gloucestershire, met waiter Fred Kasa, 36, at her wedding
  • He served drinks to guests and they danced together to celebrate the night
  • Natalie split from her former husband in 2016 and she revisited his restaurant  
  • Couple immediately connected and married  in the UK last month 

A mother has married the same Greek waiter she danced with on her first wedding day and insisted she’s been waiting for him ‘her entire life’. 

Natalie Perry, 37, from Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, met waiter Fred Kasa, 36, hours after she tied the knot to her ex-husband following a beach wedding in Crete in 2012, and performed the traditional ‘Zorba’ dance with him at her reception. 

She split up with her former husband in 2016 and, one year on, revisited the same restaurant again, where the pair reconnected.

And last month, the couple tied the knot and once again they danced together, this time swapping the Zorba for a slow-dance as man and wife. 

Natalie Perry, 37, from Stonehouse, Gloucestershire split up with her first husband in 2016 following a beach wedding in Crete in 2012 (pictured)

She went on to tie the knot with Fred Kasa,36, last month, after the pair met at her first wedding in Crete in 2012 (pictured, with Fred at their wedding in March)

On her first wedding night, Fred served drinks and danced with guests at the evening party (pictured)  

After splitting from her husband in 2016, Natalie went back to Crete on a family holiday – this time without her ex-husband – and returned to the restaurant she had partied at on the night of her wedding.

Natalie said: ‘We went to the greek taverna again because the kids loved the smashing plates and dancing in the street.

‘That night the Greek dancer was watching me – I could feel his eyes.

‘I went to the toilet to wash my hands and he came up to me and we started chatting.

Last month, the couple tied the knot and once again they danced together – this time swapping the Zorba for a slow-dance as man and wife (pictured, Fred is pictured dancing with Natalie on her first wedding night)

The couple said that upon reconnecting their connection was electric (pictured, dancing together on their wedding day)  

‘I went back to the table I was talking to my mum and said he had asked me out. She went up to him and gave him my name and number.He asked me out for a coffee the next day.’

She revealed: ‘We just had this connection and we clicked right away.I recognised him immediately from before, I knew it was him.

‘When we went out for a coffee Fred remembered my wedding and we started talking about it.’

The pair spent the rest of the week together before Natalie flew back to the UK and they became a long-distance couple.

The pair are now living as man and wife in Gloucestershire and are planning their honeymoon later in the year – to Crete (They are pictured on their wedding day)

They would write letters to one another and took their first holiday together to Athens, before Fred surprised Natalie by turning up on her doorstep with a bunch of flowers.

He moved into her parents’ house in December 2017 and six months later he asked Natalie to marry him.

Natalie was granted a divorce from her ex-husband on Christmas Eve 2019.

The pair booked a slot at the registry office as soon as Fred received a letter of permission to marry Natalie from the Home Office, and got married on 8 February 2020.

The pair, who were married last month, said they are move in love than ever, and are now planning their honeymoon to Crete  

The pair are now living as man and wife in Gloucestershire and are planning their honeymoon later in the year – to Crete.

Fred said: ‘Every time we met and she went home it became even more upsetting because we had become closer.

‘I knew she was the one I wanted to marry. The feeling was crazy. I had never been so in love with anyone. Everyday I missed her more.

‘She looked beautiful, like a princess and she was going to become my wife. Now she is my wife, I am just so happy and we are so happy together’.

The pair booked a slot at the registry office as soon as Fred received a letter of permission to marry Natalie from the Home Office, and got married on 8 February 2020 

They would write letters to one another and take their first holiday together to Athens before Fred surprised Natalie by turning up on her doorstep with a bunch of flowers. They are pictured following their wedding last month

Natalie added: ‘I always thought he was good looking. But we would never go beyond a friendly “hello” and “goodbye”.

‘That night [after my first wedding] we had live music with smashing plates and dancing in the street.

‘To think I danced with him at my first wedding and then we had our dance at our wedding is crazy!’

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