Leigh-Anne Pinnock has reportedly married her footballer fiancé Andre Gray in an intimate ceremony in Jamaica. The couple exchanged vows in the presence of close friends and family, including Pinnock’s bandmate Jade Thirlwall.
The wedding was followed by a beachside celebration featuring a special song dedicated to the newlyweds. the Little Mix star was seen in a beautiful white gown, while Gray looked dapper in a white shirt and trousers.
Before the wedding, Pinnock enjoyed a memorable hen-do on a Caribbean island with her friends.
Keep on reading to learn more.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock Is Married!
In an intimate ceremony, Leigh-Anne Pinnock got married to her footballer fiancé Andre Gray in Jamaica, per Daily Mail. The couple, both 31 years old, exchanged vows in the presence of a select group of close friends and family, including Pinnock’s bandmate Jade Thirlwall.
The wedding festivities culminated in a beachside celebration, where guests were treated to a special song written for the newlyweds. According to video footage obtained by The Mirror, the joyous atmosphere was filled with attendees enjoying champagne, cocktails, and dancing to reggae music against the backdrop of the stunning beach.
During the reception, the “Little Mix” singer, radiant in a form-fitting white gown, can be seen mingling with loved ones, while Gray, who currently plays for Greek club Aris, exudes elegance in a crisp white shirt and tailored trousers.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock’s Hen Do On The Caribbean Island
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Pinnock treated her close friends to a breathtaking hen do, also known as a Bachelorette party, on the Caribbean island. The singer shared footage from the trip, where she was seen sipping refreshing mimosas and basking in the sunshine.
Pinnock and her friends also sported face masks in the image of her fiancé, Gray’s face, along with matching silk pajamas in the hen do clip. The singer herself was captured in a car, adorned with an elaborate orange flower and feathered headpiece that proudly proclaimed her status as the “Bride to be.”
Taking to Instagram, Pinnock expressed her excitement, stating, “We made a fricken movie, the hen of dreams. I love these women more than humanly possible and s**t, I’m getting married y’al (sic).” Her bandmate, Jade Thirlwall, responded to the post, acknowledging the unforgettable experience, “Still recovering. The most beautiful hen.”
‘They Think Of Jamaica As Their Second Home’
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According to a source close to the couple, Pinnock and Gray have meticulously planned their special day for months and were finally ready to exchange vows this week. Speaking to The Sun, the insider shared, “They chose to marry in Jamaica because of their family ties to the island, which they think of as their second home.”
“The ceremony is going to be very low-key and romantic. It won’t have any of the hallmarks of the big celebrity weddings you see. ‘Leigh-Anne and Andre just want their closest network there to watch them say their vows,” the source added at the time.
The couple has faced several delays in their wedding plans, primarily due to the challenges posed by Covid-19, the FIFA World Cup, and Pinnock’s pregnancy.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock Slams King Charles’ Coronation Ceremony
In a recent headline-grabbing moment, Pinnock expressed her anti-establishment sentiments before King Charles’ Coronation in May. Taking to her Instagram story, the “Black Magic” singer shared a post that reflected the feelings of individuals who expressed concerns about the celebrations against the backdrop of the UK’s cost-of-living crisis.
Initially posted by Munroe Bergdorf, the message read, per Daily Mail, “Dear rest of the world. ‘Don’t be fooled by any propaganda you see coming out of the UK this weekend. The mood here is not jubilant, it is sour.”
It continued, “England is a fascist nightmare, where there are more food banks than branches of McDonald’s. We don’t want pageantry, we want affordable food, rent, and bills.”
“The timing of this coronation, with all its gold and bejeweled opulence, couldn’t be more distasteful and sickening. It’s unjustifiable and it’s unwanted. If we’re asking God to save anyone it should be the 14.4 million people living in poverty, not the King,” the message concluded.