Celebrity weddings in the times of quarantine are special because it requires an extraordinary amount of grit to exchange vows of a lifetime amidst a pandemic.
Weddings, or to be precise, celebrity weddings have always been events of grandeur, creativity, expression and aesthetics. But in quarantine mode, neither are the celebrity couples excited about about matching drapes and long walks across aisles, nor are they boasting about luxury locales, or the fanciest linen and tablecloths. In these times of distancing, hearts coming close and intertwining forever are only concerned about each other’s company and blessings of loved ones as they take their vows.
PRINCESS BEATRICE AND EDOARDO MAPELLI MOZZI
Prince Andrew’s daughter Princess Beatrice got married to real estate tycoon Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on July 17.
In fact, the two love birds said ‘I Do’ in a private ceremony in the presence of the Queen, in Windsor.
RAVEN-SYMONÉ AND MIRANDA MADAY
US actress and former Disney star Raven-Symoné married Miranda Pearman-Maday in an intimate wedding on June 16.
The That’s So Raven famed star broke the news of her wedding on Instagram. Meanwhile, the 34-year-old has said, “I got married to a woman who understands me.”
BINDI IRWIN AND CHANDLER POWELL
TV personality Bindi Irwin wed her long-time boyfriend Chandler Powell on March 25. However, the wedding took place at an Australian zoo.
Meanwhile, the 21-year-old is fond of animals and a conservationist. Therefore, Bindi Irwin marked her wedding day at a zoo.
BRITTANY SNOW AND TYLER STANALAND
The Pitch Perfect star Brittany Snow got married to Tyler Stanaland in Malibu on March 14.
Meanwhile, the actress’ 29-year-old husband Ryan Stanaland is a real estate agent. In addition, the US actress had announced her engagement to the realtor in February 2019.
JJ WATT AND KEALIA OHAI
National Football League player and Saturday Night Live host JJ Watt got married to a professional soccer player, Kealia Ohai. In addition, the closely-knit yet the lavish wedding took place in the Bahamas on February 15.
VANESSA MORGAN AND MICHAEL KOPECH
The Riverdale actress Vanessa Morgan got married to baseball pitcher Michael Kopech on January 4.
Meanwhile, Kopech proposed to the Canadian actress at the backdrop of Arizona’s Mooney Falls. Truly, spectacular!
Perhaps, celebrity weddings in quarantine will always remain special.