Woman set to marry her duvet in a lavish wedding ceremony!

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A woman has revealed she plans to marry her duvet because “it gives the best hugs” and has given her “the most intimate and reliable relationship” she's ever experienced.

And quite frankly, we can totally relate!

According to Metro, artist Pascale Sellick from Devon in the UK, is planning a lavish ceremony to tie the knot to her beloved duvet, which she lovingly refers to as her ‘strongest relationship’

"I love my duvet so much I’d like to invite people to witness my union with the most constant, comforting companion in my life,” she said to Pretty 52.

"My duvet is the longest, strongest, most intimate and reliable relationship I’ve ever had. That's because it’s always been there for me and gives me great hugs.”

The 49-year-old issued an open invite to the ceremony which will take place at Rougemont Gardens in Devon on Sunday 10th February.

It will be followed by a "free wedding party," reports Pretty 52.

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Full vows will also be read, but rather than a priest this will be done in front of a fellow artist, as the nuptials have been described as 'the most out there art happening to date'.

Pascale revealed the dress code will be relaxed but has encouraged guests to wear dressing gowns, pyjamas, onesies and slippers.

Guests can also bring along a cuddly teddy bear and hot water bottles just in case it gets a little chilly out.

"There’ll be music and a ceremony, laughs and entertainment."

Pascale is keeping what cover the duvet will be wearing a secret but has revealed her outfit will include fluffy slippers and a nightgown, all complimented by a dressing gown.

She’s even asked Anna FitzGerald of WooHoo Art Events to plan her wedding!

Sources: Pretty 52, Metro, Her.ie

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