A/N

So this is the very first chapter of Season 3 ~ with Rose! I hope you enjoy, and reviews are greatly appreciated and the way to get me to update faster! :D

Donna Noble took a deep breath as she took her father arm in preparation to walk down the aisle. It was her wedding day and Donna was a bunch of nerves.

"Sorry." Her father apologized as she grabbed his arm, instead of him taking hers, and they had to switch it. Donna smiled at him, then the music started playing and everyone stood. Her mother, Sylvia Noble, was crying as well as some other friends and family, but Donna noticed some looks of jealousy such as the one coming from her friend-sometimes-enemy, Nerys. But that didn't matter now. All that mattered was Lance standing down at the altar, prepared to say 'I do.' But then it happened. Donna was halfway down the aisle when she started to feel … strange. She looked down at her hands which were glowing gold. Donna stopped, screamed then completely disappeared in a golden light that shot towards the roof of the chapel and disappeared.

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"So…Where are we going next?" Rose asked, trying to lighten the mood.

"Well, I never did take you to Barcelona…" The Doctor started to say then stopped. "What?" He said incredulously, gaping over Rose's shoulder. Standing there on the other side of the console room by the door of the TARDIS was a woman in a wedding dress with fiery red hair.

"O!" She squeaked in surprise.

"What?" was all The Doctor seemed to be able to say.

"Who are you?" The Doctor demanded to know of The Doctor and Rose who were just staring at her.

"What?" Rose broke in, equally confused.

"Where I am?" The bride demanded to know.

"What?" The Doctor said again, his mind had seemed to come to a full stop.

"Where the Hell is this place?" The woman was practically screaming now.

"What?" The Doctor said again, then shook his head. "You can't do that … I wasn't…" He stammered, his assurance and normal never ceasing babble of never-ceasing words dried up. "We're in flight! That is physically impossible!" He protested "How did…" The Doctor trailed off, then ran to the controls and started fiddling with them.

"What is it Doctor?" Rose asked. "What happened?"

"I don't know!" He told her, running his hands through his hair. "This is impossible!"

"Tell me where I am!" The woman yelled at them. "I demand you tell me right now! Where I am!"

"Inside the TARDIS." The Doctor told her distractedly.

"The what?"

"The TARDIS." The Doctor said again.

"The what?"She asked again, still not understanding.

"The TARDIS." Rose said, trying to calm down. "It's called a TARDIS."

"That's not even a proper word!" The woman said, not believing. "You're just saying things!"

"How did you get in here?" Rose asked, still trying to get her to calm down.

"Well obviously when you kidnapped me!" she said accusingly. "Who was it? Who's paying you? Is it Nerys?" She demanded to know. "Oh my god, she's finally gotten me back! This has gotten Nerys written all over it!"

"Who the Hell is Nerys?" The Doctor asked, sticking his head around the console.

"You're best friend!"

"Hold on, wait a minute." The Doctor said, looking at her. "What're you dressed like that for?" Even Rose rolled her eyes at that question. Sometimes The Doctor could be really thick!

"I'm going ten pin bowling! What do you think Dumbo? I was halfway up the aisle!" She screamed at them. Rose winced and The Doctor went back to the fiddling with the controls. "I've been waiting all my life for this! I was just seconds away!" The woman continued to rant.

"She really has a mouth on her." Rose thought to herself as she went to help The Doctor. "Almost matches The Doctor's."

"And then you… I dunno, you drugged me or something!"

"I haven't done anything!" The Doctor protested.

"We're having the police on you! Me and my husband!" She yelled, then seemed to stop and reconsider for a moment. "As soon as he is my husband. We're gonna sue the living backside off ya!" Then the bride noticed the door and rushed over to it.

"No, wait a minute!" The Doctor called. "Wait a minute. Don't-!" But it was too late. She had already thrown open the TARDIS door and was standing there, gaping at the Super Nova with her mouth open. The Doctor came to sand beside her.

"You're in space." He told her. "Outer space." She just looked at him, "This is my … spaceship."

"How am I breathing?" she asked.

"The TARDIS is protecting us." The Doctor explained, and the bride looked over at him.

"Who are you?" She asked, finally calming down a bit.

"I'm The Doctor, and this is Rose." The Doctor said gently. "You?"

"Donna." She said, and The Doctor looked her up and down.

"Human?" he asked.

"Yeah…" She said, then seemed to consider what he'd said. "Is that optional?"

"Well, it is for him." Rose said. Donna looked over at him.

"You're an alien." It was a question.

"Yeah." The Doctor told her gently. There was a moment of silence as Donna took this in.

"It's freezing with these doors open." She finally said, and The Doctor pulled the doors shut then darted back to the controls.

"But I don't understand it, and I understanding everything!" The Doctor seemed to be almost pouting, like a child. "This…this can't happen! There is no way a Human being can lock itself onto the TARDIS and transport itself inside. It must be…"

"What Doctor?" Rose asked as The Doctor pulled an ophthalmoscope from one of his endless pockets and looking into Donna's eyes. Donna was struck silent and was very confused. "Doctor?" Rose asked again, but The Doctor shook his head.

"Impossible." He said, shaking his head. "Some sort of subatomic connection?"

"Something in the temporal field?" Rose suggested.

"Maybe something pulling you into alignment with the Chronon field shell?" The Doctor agreed. "Maybe something macro mining your DNA within the interior matrix. Maybe a genetic…" Here Donna slapped him across the cheek. Hard.

"What was that for?" The Doctor asked, rubbing his cheek. Behind him, Rose giggle. He shot her a glare, and she hid her smile behind her hands, but he couldn't help but notice her shoulders shaking as she laughed at him.

"Get me.." Donna yelled at him, "TO THE CHRUCH!"

"Right!" The Doctor said, turning back to the controls. "Sorry! Where is this wedding?"

"Saint Mary's, Hayden Road, Chiswick, London, Earth, the Solar System!" As The Doctor input the coordinates, darting around the console in his usual maniac manner, Donna seemed to finally actually notice Rose. Snatching up the jacket that Rose had draped across the railing. It was the one she had worn on New Earth. "What about this? What about her?" She demanded to know. "I knew it! Acting all innocent! I'm not the first woman have you abducted?" Donna screamed at him. The Doctor rolled his eyes, and shut a pleading look at Rose as he ran around, flying the TARDIS. Rose bit back the giggles that were rising again, then went over to The Doctor to defend his honor.

"The Doctor didn't abduct me." She told Donna, and she looked Rose up and down appraisingly, not quite believing her. "I'm traveling with him of my own free will." Rise smiled then with a glance over at The Doctor, said loud enough for him to hear her. "Of course it helped that he blew up my job!"

"Oi!" Came the indignant cry. "Who was it that saved you from the Autons in that basement?"

"And who had to be saved from the Nestene Consciousness by a stupid ape?" Rose called back, giggling. The Doctor poked his head around the console and stuck his tongue out at her. Rose grinned innocently at him, then turned back to Donna. "Anyways, The Doctor didn't kidnap me. He shows me the whole of the Universe. And it's wonderful."

"But what about your family?" Donna asked, and Rose's face fell.

"I lost them."She finally said. "I'm never going to see them again." There was silence in the TARDIS for a moment, then there was a huge jolt as the TARDIS landed. Both Donna and Rose grabbed onto the nearby railing to keep from falling over.

"Right! Chiswick!" The Doctor called, his head popping up from where he had fallen. Donna was looking angry again, but Rose couldn't help but laugh at him.

"Doctor…" She said between gasps for air, she was laughing so hard. "You really have to work on your driving!"