Natalia Vodianova and Antoine Arnault have officially tied the knot.
Supermodel Vodianova was originally due to marry Arnault in June this year, however, as with many other weddings, their plans were affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The couple instead said their vows during an intimate, small-scale ceremony at the town hall in Paris' 16th arrondissement today (21 September). The bride wore an elegant belted dress blouse with exaggerated shoulder pads and matching skirt by Ulyana Sergeenko.
The Russian model shared the news on Instagram, captioning the post: "OUI! 💝💝💝"
They were seen being showered with flower petals by their guests as they emerged from the venue after the ceremony.
The newlyweds started dating in 2011 and share two sons, five-year-old Maxim and three-year-old Roman. They got engaged on New Year's Eve.
Arnault is head of communications and image at luxury conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton; chief executive officer of Berluti; and chairman of Loro Piana, according to WWD.
Vodianova isn't the only high-profile bride who's had to adapt to the new restrictions imposed by the pandemic; Princess Beatrice married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a secret royal wedding in Windsor this summer; Lily Allen tied the knot in Las Vegas earlier this month; and Cressida Bonas abandoned her plans for a grand wedding in favour of a quiet ceremony in July.
For our advice on how - and why - you should plan a secret wedding, read below:
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