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Lost wedding ring prompts Facebook hunt for groom

A woman finds a wedding ring on a walk in Australia, posts it on Facebook and creates worldwide search.

A worldwide Facebook search is under way to find a groom who lost his wedding ring in Australia.

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Sally Baker was on a walk in Springbrook National Park in Queensland, Australia, on Sunday, when she came across the silver band, which was engraved with ‘Ivy & Tat 11.11.15’, presumably the wedding date.

Assuming the couple were on honeymoon when the groom lost the ring – Springbrook is a popular destination – and therefore weren’t in the area anymore, she decided to launch an appeal on Facebook to find them.

THIS WOMAN RECEIVED A TOOTH ENGAGEMENT RING

She posted a picture of the ring, alongside this message, “Let’s see if we can get this ring back to its newly married owner…

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“Found on the Natural Bridge Walk, Springbrook, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It’s currently residing in the Brisbane area but more than happy to post to the newlyweds wherever in the world they may be.

“So if you happen to know Ivy & Tat, have a friend of a friend who knows Ivy & Tat, have connections in the wedding industry who may know Ivy & Tat, or on the off chance you are simply a bit of a romantic who wants to see this wedding ring returned to its rightful owner please share far and wide before the divorce papers are signed.

FACEBOOK SEARCH TO FIND THE COUPLE IN THIS PICTURE

“If you do know Ivy & Tat please message me as I will not be accepting friend requests. Thanks!”

We do have to sympathise with the groom, that sinking feeling when you’ve lost your precious ring, so soon after the wedding!

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But it’s not all bad, as Sally just updated everyone saying she may now have found Ivy, so fingers crossed…