March 17, 2020 7:33:23 pm
While the coronavirus pandemic has hampered several travel plans, weddings and concerts, a couple whose anniversary plans on a cruise was cancelled due to the outbreak found a creative way to celebrate the occasion.
In a video, which has now gone viral on several social media platforms, the retired couple David and Norma Trill are seen sitting in front of a television in bathrobes and watching the footage of a sea while sipping wine. “Cruise cancelled? 🚢No problem,” tweeted their daughter Jane Trill while sharing the video.
According to the Independent, the couple had booked a 10-day cruise to celebrate their 53rd wedding anniversary. However, as the travel plan was cancelled, their daughter decided to recreate the scene and set up a “fake cruise” for them from the comforts of their home, the news website reported.
Watch the video here:
— Jane (@janeytrill) March 13, 2020
The video has prompted several reactions since being shared online. “Now this is how you respond to a cancelled cruise,” tweeted a user while sharing the video.
Now this is how you respond to a cancelled cruise!😂 https://t.co/v7svJz8X9H
— National Seniors Australia (@NationalSeniors) March 17, 2020
This is the kind of virus content I am here for. https://t.co/zRlI9OTMV6
— Amy 🐘🦙 (@WaltzingMtilda) March 16, 2020
This is how you stay positive amid the craziness! https://t.co/tURCZ3kI5V
— Selene Vasquez (@sseleneemv) March 16, 2020
— Fi Sheppard (@fi_shep) March 16, 2020
Bon voyage! 🏖🍾🥂 https://t.co/OQxHeK12Mm
— Shutter your face 📸 (@debdmay) March 14, 2020
Now this is AWESOME!!! https://t.co/BbFpp4jJFG
— Kuuleme Stephens aka Justice Lee (@ModelJusticeLee) March 14, 2020
Happy 53rd! Congrats and many more!
— Harvey Stratton (@harveyjstratton) March 16, 2020
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