WATCH: Mr and Mrs Wright right for each other 75 years on

FRED and Joan Wright cannot remember when they first met and do not have any wedding photos to look back on.

Sadly, their wedding pictures were stolen from them during their time in Kenya after the war.

But time has flown for the Urraween couple since their marriage in the United Kingdom's Isle of Wight, their childhood home, in 1941, Fred said.

Now aged in their mid-90s, the couple celebrated 75 years together with lunch at the Hervey Bay Hotel on Tuesday.

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While it was a milestone achievement, their friends and family had troubles finding a correctly labelled card at the newsagents to mark the diamond anniversary.

But there could be greater strife in the years to come - greeting card company Hallmark only makes milestone anniversary cards up to 75 years.

The duo's wedding anniversary cake was also given to them by Kawungan Bakery to celebrate.

Owner Keven Cairns said it was the first request the bakery had received to whip up dessert for such a "remarkable" occasion.

While Fred and Joan's early days together were interrupted by WWII, with Fred deployed to serve in the Middle East and India, they reunited afterwards to start a family of their own.

BACK IN TIME: The happy couple dining on the ship which took them from Kenya to Australia in the 1960s.
BACK IN TIME: The happy couple dining on the ship which took them from Kenya to Australia in the 1960s. Hannah Baker

Joan said the key to their marriage was keeping active.

The celebrations will continue Wednesday with a lunch hosted by the pair at their home.

Do you have a special milestone or achievement coming up?

Let us know by contacting the Fraser Coast Chronicle on 4120 1000 or email editorial@frasercoastchronicle.com.au.



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