Charlotte Church married her boyfriend of seven years, Jonathan Powell back in 2017 in a secret yet stunning ceremony. The big day took place in a registry office in Cardiff in front of a handful of guests, where Charlotte's mum Maria was a witness at the marriage, and signed the register at the service. The couple said "I do" on 14 September at St David's Suite of Cardiff Register Office. The newlyweds then celebrated with a "blessing party" at their house a couple of weeks later.
The bride, now 34, couldn't resist sharing a gorgeous snap at the time of her stunning dress and her groom's eccentric suit. Posting a photo on Twitter page, the singer and her husband can be seen looking happier than ever after the moment they said exchanged vows. Charlotte looked fabulous in her strapless white gown adorned with elegant and delicate flower embroidery, complete with a flower crown.
Charlotte and her husband looked happier than ever on their special day
Charlotte likes to keep her private and family life out of the spotlight. However, the singer did recently appeared in her own Channel 4 documentary Charlotte Church: My Family and Me, where they bravely opened up about stepfather James' long-term illness. Before the programme aired in October 2019, Charlotte tweeted: "I would first like to say that what is so amazing and beautiful to witness with my Dad, is that he is still joyful and living life to the fullest. He has a positive energy and acceptance that is so inspirational."
The singer recently shared a gorgeous picture of her garden
Since then Charlotte's family have been enjoying some quality time together while living in isolation at their home in Wales. The singer, who has two children from her previous marriage to rugby player Gavin Henson, posted a picture on her Twitter page showing off a gorgeous view of her garden, including a beautifully decorated outside table. Charlotte captioned the post: "Me and the kids decorated the garden to have a fancy al fresco dinner..." Looks lovely!
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