Ronan Keating and Storm talks about their wedding

Pop star Ronan Keating and his new wife Storm have revealed a few things regarding their magical marriage day, with the singer saying that it was tears and laughter all day. The couple got married in front of close friends and family members back in August, with a lovely ceremony that took place Edinburgh in Scotland.
Speaking about the whole private setting and the hot weather, Keating stated they took their wedding vows as they appeared on This Morning today along with his wife, and Brit singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran joining them for the wedding reception.
Jack, Ronan’s son, was best man, and his daughter Missy was the ‘queen bridesmaid’ while daughter Ali played the role of the flower girl. Ronan’s wife said that he was close to tears all along, and when she first Ed, she lost it totally.
She told that being a stepmom has one of the most beloved parts of her new life. She just could not stop talking about Ronan’s kids, who he shares with former wife Yvonne. The couple jetted right off on their honeymoon following the ceremony, going on a South African safari before going to Seychelles.
In the meantime, Ronan and Storm are now getting for the annual Emeralds and Ivy Ball, bringing up money for Cancer Research as well as the Marie Keating Foundation – in memory of the mother of the singer.

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Dunblane getting ready for Andy Murray’s wedding

The Dunblane streets are to be decked with wedding bows when Scotland tennis star Andy Murray tied the knot there next month. In the town, the traders met earlier this week to talk about arrangements for the event, in which thousands and thousands of tennis fans from all across the nation are expected to throng the streets.

Murray, now 27, is set to marry his fiance of 9 years, Kim Sears, on April 11 at Dunblane Cathedral. The 2-times Grand Slam champ and Ms Sears were anticipated to get married in the chapel at Cromlix House, located near Kinbuck. The three hundred seat, twelfth century cathedral is much larger than Cromlix chapel, that just has 28 seats.

A whole lot of local businesses are hatching a plan for special events the wedding day, but said it was very important the Andy Murray and his family’s privacy is highly respected.

Tom Casey, chairman of the Discover Dunblane, the body that represents Dunblane’s traders, told the pair would be “Dunblane’s royalty”. He added that they are very conscious that the family are attempting to keep the marriage as low key and as private as possible. A number of shops in the town would be doing individual things to mark the event as they generally do when Andy is playing. Read more »

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