James Middleton has revealed that he and his fiancée Alizée Thevenet have been forced to postpone their wedding twice this summer while the Covid-19 crisis hit a bubbly online post.
The Duchess of Cambridge's 33-year-old brother, who usually lives in London but was banned in Berkshire, where his parents live, shared a tribute to his future wife on Instagram yesterday.
He published a series of vacation pictures from a couple's getaway in Sicily and wrote: "It's been a year since I asked Alizée to marry me … what a year it was!" Two houses, a lock, two attempts at a wedding, a litter of puppies, the establishment of the new company @ ella.co, a beard shave and much more. & # 39;
He continued, "The best part is that I can share it with you, Alizée, and I can't wait to take on what the future holds for us."
The Duchess of Cambridge's 33-year-old brother James Middleton has announced that he and his fiancée Alizée Thevenet have been forced to postpone their wedding twice this summer in a bubbly online post
The entrepreneur announced that the couple made two wedding attempts during the coronavirus crisis
The entrepreneur added: "We managed to flee to Italy to take a quick dip in the sea, drink lots of wine and pasta and are now ready to face the world again."
James called the yachting vacation an "unforgettable experience" and also shared some snapshots from the luxurious trip.
In the photos, the couple was seen on the deck of a lavish yacht, while James and Alizée also got behind the wheel of the boat.
The Duchess of Cambridge's brother announced his engagement to his French partner last October after allegedly making a proposal in the Lake District.
James revealed the couple managed to escape to Italy during a luxury yacht vacation, adding: They enjoyed "lots of wine and pasta".
The 33-year-old announced that the couple had made two wedding attempts in the year since first proposing to their French partner
The couple have been together for a little over two years, and the couple were first spotted together over Christmas 2018 on a family vacation in Middleton in St. Bart & # 39; s.
The entrepreneur who runs the personalized greeting card company Boomf met the 30-year-old city worker in 2018.
A friend revealed that Miss Thevenet didn't know who Mr. Middleton was when they started talking at the South Kensington Club after greeting his cocker spaniel Ella.
According to Jean-Gabriel Thevenet, Miss Thevenet's father, she was convinced of Mr. Middleton's British charm and was “incredibly happy” with the businessman.
The couple, who first announced their engagement last October, flew to Sicily for a lavish vacation
Miss Thevenet is an avid skier who speaks four languages and grew up in Chile, Indonesia and Belgium.
She moved to the UK six years ago and has a Masters Degree in Investment and Finance from Queen Mary University of London.
James's last post comes after announcing that he also treated his French financial partner, whom he suggested in October 2019, with a philanthropic gift – after buying her a piece from a jewelry collection that the COVID-19 Save the Children emergency aid.
The entrepreneur shared a clipping of his fiancée with one of her pooches and showed off the romantic setup he had supplied – including lots of colorful flowers and drinks.
It comes after James surprised Alizée (pictured) with a romantic date night – complete with a picnic in the country and her adorable dogs
The brother of the Duchess of Cambridge gave Instagram an insight into his dream evening (his partner is pictured during the date)
Alizee wore a dazzling necklace in combination with a blue, patterned maxi dress, while James opted for a reserved trouser look with brightly colored slippers.
James shared a video and photos of their date yesterday and wrote, "Alizee and I haven't been on a date in ages … so I decided to surprise her with a picnic with the dogs and a special little present.
"I was looking for something special and discovered the @bulgari @savethechildren jewelry collection, where a portion of every sale in the UK goes directly to Save the Children's COVID-19 Emergency Response.
"Save the Children is a great UK charity doing lifesaving work around the world. I am proud to support @bulgari who raised approximately $ 100 million for @savethechildren."
He announced that he had also treated his French financial partner, whom he proposed in October 2019, with a philanthropic gift – after buying her a piece from a jewelry collection that will benefit Save the Children's COVID-19 emergency response . In the picture Alizée with one of her pets
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