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Couple Ditches Traditional Wedding Vows, Saying 'I Do' Every Day

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For some people, getting married once is enough! But for one couple, getting married once a day is better.

Rachael Kay Albers and Roberto Hess ditched the traditional route and, instead, they are saying "I do" every day for a year!

And today will be their 76th wedding.

The pair said one wedding was not enough to say how much they truly loved each other.

The couple has held ceremonies at their home, in public parks and on hilltops.

Despite dozens of weddings, Rachael and Roberto are not legally married yet.

They plan to make it official later this year.

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