James’ proud sister Kate flew to France with Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, to celebrate with her family as her brother said “yes”
Kate Middleton and Prince William enjoyed a whirlwind weekend in the south of France as Kate’s beloved brother married her sweetheart, AlizÃ©e Thevene.
James, 34, shared the happy news on Instagram as he posed alongside his gorgeous new wife and their adorable dogs on their big day.
The entrepreneur and dog lover beamed in the heartfelt message as he declared his love for Alizee, admitting he was the happiest man on the planet after marrying his “best friend.”
âMr. and Mrs. Middleton. Yesterday I married the love of my life surrounded by family, friends and of course a few dogs in the beautiful village of Bormes-les-Mimosas. Words can’t describe how happy I am, âJames wrote.
It has now been revealed that James’ proud sister Kate flew to France with Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, to celebrate with her family as her brother said ” Yes”.
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Lifting the veil on the ceremony in Lorraine, a royal expert told the presenter, 61, that Kate, William and their children have been joined by Kate’s family for a healthy weekend in France surrounded by loved ones.
James and AlizÃ©e’s wedding was long overdue.
The entrepreneur first asked his French sweetheart the question in October 2019.
The couple had planned to tie the knot in May 2020, but had to call things off due to the pandemic.
Upon their engagement, James took to Instagram to share the wonderful news.
The handsome businessman knelt down on a romantic getaway in the Lake District.
James and his love beamed in a stunning snap with the picturesque scenery behind them to break the news.
Kate’s loving brother had already lifted the veil the first time he met his wife.
The couple first locked their eyes and chatted thanks to their cheeky dog, Ella.
âWe were both at the South Kensington Club in Chelsea. Ella was lying at my feet under the table; realizing that she might need water, I trusted her to make her way to the water bowl on the other side of the patio, âhe told The Telegraph.
âHowever, she rushed towards AlizÃ©e. Rather embarrassed, I went to apologize and bring Ella back. But AlizÃ©e thought I was the waiter and ordered her drink while continuing to stroke Ella, who at that moment was on her back, lapping attention.
âI didn’t know, but I had just met my future wife, all thanks to Ella. If I hadn’t trusted Ella, I wouldn’t have taken her to the South Kensington Club and she couldn’t have said hello to the woman who became my fiancÃ©e.