IT was a romantic international affair for a Morpeth man as he married his Canadian sweetheart.
Former King Edward VI School pupil Alexander Robinson found his perfect match in Emilie Bernier of Quebec.
And when it came to their big day, the pair bid a brief farewell to their Scottish home to celebrate their dream wedding with family and friends in Quebec City in Canada.
Mr Robinson grew up in Morpeth, before studying physics at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. He now works as a systems engineer in radar algorithms and modelling in the city, as well as completing a Research Masters at Edinburgh University, while Mrs Robinson is an Assistant Principal and teacher of modern languages at George Watson’s College.
Their wedding was attended by a strong Morpeth contingent, including Mr Robinson’s family and Best Man Christopher Armstrong.
Friends from Scotland also made the trip.