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Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon shut down Disneyland to renew their wedding vows in fairytale ceremony

01 MAY 2013

Since their romantic wedding in the Bahamas in 2008, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon have said 'I do' four times in locations including Las Vegas, the hospital bed where she gave birth and, most recently, the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

This year, the smitten couple found a way to up the stakes and top all previous celebrations — by shutting down Disneyland.

Mariah, 43, and Nick, 32, exchanged vows to mark their fifth wedding anniversary in a lavish fairytale-themed ceremony at the California theme park.

 

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The superstar singer was transformed in a Disney princess for her special evening, dressed in a beautiful corseted wedding gown with a train and a diamond tiara. She arrived in front of the Magic Kingdom castle in a horse-drawn pumpkin-shaped carriage with her adorable daughter Monroe.

The little girl shared in the magic in a princess-inspired gown with white ribbons adorning her hair.

As their carriage pulled up, mother and daughter were met by Nick, dressed as Prince Charming, and Monroe's twin brother Moroccan, in a little white tuxedo.

The happy family then all made their way down the aisle in front of close family and friends to celebrate the occasion.

 

 

Mariah shared her joy with fans through a series of short videos on Twitter, including footage of the star's preparations with her daughter, and the pair setting off in the carriage. "Slowly making our way to the freezing cold guests #donthatemebecauseimamdiva," she wrote, poking fun at her reputation.

Mariah and Nick's wedding anniversary falls on the same day as their twins' birthday. Their stay at Disney was no doubt chosen with the children in mind as the family celebrated Moroccan and Monroe turning two.

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