The secret's out!
Supermodel Chrissy Teigen and Grammy-winning singer John Legend tied the knot this past Saturday with an over-the-top affair in Lake Como, Italy. The couple was surrounded by friends, family and of course, an impressive showing of glitterati. The two had previously announced they would wed in September, but the exact date was kept secret until after they already exchanged vows.
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"Phew. I gotta say, that was a hard secret to keep from you guys," Chrissy tweeted on Sunday.
Chrissy, 27, and John, 34, became engaged while vacationing in the Maldives in 2011. At the time, they had already been dating for seven years.
The Thai-Norwegian bride donned three different Vera Wang gowns and her mom wore a traditional Thai costumes. Chrissy told People magazine earlier in the year that her fiancé would perform his song "All of Me" at their wedding. "He writes a lot of love songs, but this one is specifically about me so it makes it more special."
As for her three dresses, they each got their time to shine. Chrissy wore an ivory strapless gown for the ceremony and posted a picture of it to her Instagram on Sunday. The Vera Wang creation had a full tulle skirt with embroidered details and an open back. Prior to the event, the former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model described her gown as "kind of [having] a sexier feel at the top, like a swimsuit, so I have to get my body ready." Chrissy was so dedicated to "buckling down," her bachelorette party even included Pilates classes!
The second dress of the evening was another strapless ivory Vera Wang gown that Chrissy wore during the reception. This one also had a full sheared organza skirt and micro-pleated bodice. The model donned a crimson mermaid-silhouette gown for the after-party with her new hubby.
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The couple was joined in Italy by singers Kanye West, Stevie Wonder and model Brooklyn Decker, who attended as maid of honor.
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