This is the moment newlyweds brought one of Britain’s busiest shopping streets to a standstill as they enjoyed their first dance to music played – by a BUSKER.
Cameron Bengert and wife Karen MacKenzie, both 34, had just tied the knot when their attention was drawn by a man playing a guitar on Buchanan Street, Glasgow.
Despite the drizzle, Karen, dressed in a white satin bridal gown, danced with Cameron, who was wearing a kilt.
Hundreds of onlookers gathered to watch the romantic sight on Sunday.
Cameron said: “I saw in my wife’s eyes she wanted to dance, so we just went for it.
“There was a pretty big crowd when the busker was there then more people stopped when we walked by.
“The busker was funny. I’m not sure what song he was playing but it was really nice – we gave him £20 before we left.”
Cameron, originally from Vancouver, Canada, added: “We’ve lived in Glasgow for the last four years, after spending two years in Canada.
“Karen is from the Isle of Lewis but studied in Glasgow and my mother was born in the city, so all roads led to Glasgow – it was the perfect place.”
The loved-up couple were joined by Glasgow legend Leo the Silent Raver.
Following their wedding reception in Sloans at the nearby Argyll Arcade, the bride and groom were on their way to George Square when they spotted the busker playing.
The couple shared a quick smooch as they danced, and were happy to be joined by Leo, who is often spotted in the city centre.
Travel agency worker Cameron added: “Leo’s amazing, he’s always having a great time.
“I suppose there was three of us dancing.”
The couple is now enjoying their honeymoon in Glencoe, in the Scottish Highlands.