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Unmarried winners of the 'Wife Carrying Championship' set to make it official

Unmarried winners of the 'Wife Carrying Championship' set to make it official
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The unmarried winners of Britain's 'Wife Carrying Championships' are set to make their relationship official following a surprise proposal this weekend

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The unmarried winners of Britain's 'Wife Carrying Championships' are set to make their relationship official after this weekend's victory.

Shortly after defending their title for a second year, Chris Hepworth found the timing perfect to take his relationship with girlfriend Tanisha Prince to the next stage by surprising Prince with a marriage proposal.

The annual competition sees husbands carry their wives across a 380-metre course complete with obstacles.

Hepworth and Prince plan to continue their winning streak as newlyweds at the upcoming World Championships in Finland.

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