Ciara and Russell Wilson Are Officially Married!
Get the scoop on the celebs' midweek rehearsal dinner and ceremony.
Guys-time flies. Can you believe it was only months ago that Ciara flashed her gorgeous engagement ring on Insta? Well today, the R&B star officially walked down the aisle to marry NFL quarterback Russell Wilson.
E! News confirms that the singer and footballer said "I do" surrounded by loved ones at Liverpool's Peckforton Castle, and the proud groom just posted a celebratory snapshot of the couple's nupitals (as well as Ciara's incredible Roberto Cavalli gown).
Among the guest list? Jennifer Hudson, who expressed her excitement for the special day via Instagram.
While we've yet to hear all the details, we know wedding prep has been going strong in the past 24 hours.
"Ciara has been getting ready all morning. She has all of her bridesmaids helping her," said an E! News insider. And just yesterday, the bride was spotted alongside her Seattle Seahawks hubby celebrating their rehearsal dinner at Stanley's Bar and Grill and the Titanic Hotel.
Rehearsal attendance was estimated at around 100, with stars like Kelly Rowland and Lala Vasquez reportedly present. "Ciara and Russell couldn't keep their hands off each other," said a source. Uh, duh! Just look at those outfits.
Wilson stayed sleek in all black, letting Ciara shine beside him in white chiffon and a lux halter. No wonder rumors flew that the couple had already wed-her gown was 100% fit for a bride.
Before the dinner, Wilson tweeted "Overflow of Blessings! God is so good!" And when bedtime approached, the bride-to-be was "so nervous but so excited" that she struggled to sleep without her beau by her side (they spent the night separate as per tradition).
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