Woman Marries Man Who Got Her Attention With Tweets He handled social media for a book shop in London. She found his tweets amusing. On Sunday, Victoria and Jonathan O'Brien tied the knot. And now their marriage is trending.

Woman Marries Man Who Got Her Attention With Tweets

Woman Marries Man Who Got Her Attention With Tweets

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He handled social media for a book shop in London. She found his tweets amusing. On Sunday, Victoria and Jonathan O'Brien tied the knot. And now their marriage is trending.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne with a tale of Twitter love. He handled social media for a bookshop in London. She found his tweet so amusing she posted a love tweet - still, my beating heart. On Sunday, Victoria and Jonathon O'Brien tied the knot, and now their marriage is trending. Victoria posted a screenshot of the tweet that sparked their romance and also the famous line from "Jane Eyre" - dear reader, I married him. It's MORNING EDITION.

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