ROCHELLE Humes looked amazing in her first view of her marriage vow renewal in Italy with Marvin, surrounded by their three kids.
The couple, both of whom were famous for their roles in JLS and The Saturdays respectively, got married in July 2012 at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.
Rochelle & Marvin celebrated their 10th anniversary by being accompanied by 75 close family and friends at Villa D’Este, Lake Como, Italy. They reaffirmed their love and commitment to one another.
Their daughters Alaia (9 years old) and Valentina (5 years old) were their bridesmaids. Blake (21 months), was their best man.
Rochelle, 33-year-old Saturdays singer, said Hello!Magazine that it was their children who had “spurred”They must reaffirm the vows.
She stated: “The girls have watched the video and seen photographs from our wedding day and Alaia, in particular, kept asking: “Why wasn’t I there? She wanted to find out, “Where was my body?” She wanted to know, ‘Where was I?
“She wasn’t letting it drop and that kind of spurred us on because we’d always said this was something we wanted to do.”
Rochelle said that she and Rochelle had made the most of the day, expressing gratitude for their time together in the past decade.
“This day has been a chance for us to take in what we’ve achieved in ten years and go: ‘Wow, we did this!’.”
Rochelle wore a custom French lace-and-tulle gown from Suzanne Neville that featured long fluted sleeves and ribbon detailing.
The Helen Martin lace veil was hand-embroidered by the Neville team with the couple’s wedding motif. “Ten down, forever to go”.
Marvin, aged 37, claimed that his wife had been a widower. “looked so incredible”She was born on the same day. “took his breath away all over again”.
He also added: “Some people marry their soulmate, some their lovers, some their best friend, I did all three with Rochelle and I am truly the luckiest man in the world.”
The JLS star and Capital radio DJ, Capital radio DJ, said that he was proud to stand by his children and wife, whom he called his “his family”. “world”The earliest known instance of this was in 1898. “moment I’ll never forget”.
Marvin’s bandmates JB Gil and Oritse Williams were also present at the renewal of vows.