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'Wedding Watcher' Witnessed Four Decades of Happy Couples in Same Romantic Spot

Rhoda Hill has seen decades of newlyweds stop by her favorite park to take advantage of the picturesque setting.

Screengrab from Youtube
Screengrab from Youtube
By Brian Slupski

Brooklyn, New York — Rhoda Hill's Saturday tradition is tough to top.

For decades, 79-year-old Hill has gone to Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn to catch a glimpse of newlywed couples who arrive to take photos, the Huffington Post reported.

"I come because it's something nice to see," Hill said in a New York Times video attached to this post. "It's a happy occasion. Everybody's very friendly...and I enjoy it. It's something I look forward to every Saturday."

Hill said she's been coming to the Grand Army Plaza on Saturdays for decades. The parks fountain and picturesque setting provides a perfect backdrop for wedding party photos.

"It's a happy occasion. It's a beautiful thing seeing two people starting their lives together," Hill said in the video. 


Silentdoogooder1 July 16, 2014 at 01:30 AM
It's all fun and games until the second baby is born and the primary bread winner drops out of the labor force to do drugs instead.

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