The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, 53, said “I do” to fiancé Mike Hill on Saturday during a lavish wedding ceremony at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal.
“Mike and I are elated that today has finally come! 10/10/20 is and always will be our perfect date. We are not perfect, but, are perfect for each other,” the newlyweds tell PEOPLE. “We are living in a very different time, and now more than ever we realize that life is too short, and to never take anything for granted. We are so grateful to have found each other. Love with the help of God conquers all.”
Despite coronavirus regulations in the U.K., this couple was able to have 250 guests at their wedding — but they were all in cars.
Roma Popat, 30, and her now-husband Vinal Patel, 30, were married last Friday in a drive-in wedding ceremony on a 500-acre estate in Essex, England.
The couple had initially planned to get married in April, but when the pandemic hit, they decided to postpone to October, DailyMail.com reported.
“At the time, we did not understand the severity of the situation and were still holding out hope that we could have a re-arranged wedding for 700 guests, as originally planned,” Popat said, according to the British website.
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However, when they got closer to the new date and U.K. coronavirus regulations continued to ban large gatherings, the couple decided to go in a different
Liz Gillies is a married woman! The 27-year-old actress took to Instagram on Wednesday to announce that she and Michael Corcoran tied the knot on Aug. 8.
In one of sweet pics, Gillies and Corcoran look lovingly at each other. Another shot shows the couple standing in front of a flower-covered arch during their ceremony. The final photo showcases Gillies’ strapless, one-of-a-kind gown and flowing, Oscar de la Renta veil.
In an interview with Vogue, the Dynasty star revealed that her wedding, which was originally scheduled for April 25, had to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Once we saw how dire the situation was, we knew we had to postpone,” she says. “It was a no-brainer for us. Aside from the obvious travel and crowd restrictions, it didn’t feel right to be celebrating in such a big way when there was so much going on in the
WYOMING, MI – An intimate wedding ceremony was held outside a Grand Rapids-area dialysis center over the weekend so the bride’s father, who is in hospice care, could give her away.
Connie Gee and Matt Tsuchiya, of Portland, Ore., traveled to Michigan to tie the knot after a two-month engagement, The Associated Press reports. Wearing masks and protective gowns, they said their vows on Saturday, Sept. 26, outside Fresenius clinic in Wyoming after Gee’s father, Ernest Gee, finished a dialysis treatment and before he returned to hospice.
Visits with Ernest Gee have been restricted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tsuchiya asked permission to marry his daughter through a nursing home window. Ernest Gee asked who would give his daughter away, AP reports.
“I knew we had to figure out how to have him be able to give me away,” Connie Gee said.
She described Saturday’s ceremony as “very emotional,” AP