Former England cricketer Ryan Sidebottom and girlfriend Madeleine Costigan have solely shared their wedding album with HELLO! magazine. The ex-Dancing on Ice star and occasions planner Madeleine tied the knot at Charlton Hall in Northumberland watched by movie star associates and with their kids as attendants. Coronation Street star and Ryan’s fellow Dancing on Ice movie star skater Jane Danson and her husband, former Hollyoaks actor Robert Beck, have been amongst the well-known friends, who additionally included cricket stars Liam Plunkett, Alex Tudor and Ryan’s finest man James Middlebrook and usher David Bates.
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“It was such a special day for both of us – the most amazing day from start to finish,” Ryan says about the huge day, which included neon lights, spray-painted flamingos, a life-dimension zebra and a cameo look from Robbie Williams. Ryan even showcased his new dance abilities and took to the ground together with his bride for a powerful choreographed routine. Madeleine provides: “The venue was inspired by Alice in Wonderland. We’re full of fun and a little bit crazy. We’re those embarrassing parents.”
In a double celebration for the household, the wedding day was additionally Madeleine’s 40th birthday. “That made it even more special,” the bride, who wore a ravishing full-size white robe by Savin from Y.A.P bridal stated. “And it means Ryan will never forget our wedding anniversary.”
Ryan and Madeleine tied the knot at Charlton Hall in Northumberland
The couple additionally reveal particulars of a shock sprung on Ryan throughout the reception – a video montage of messages from movie star associates together with Robbie Williams, Alan Shearer, Phil Tufnell, Kevin Keegan, Brian McFadden, Keith Duffy and Leigh Francis.
The coronavirus disaster meant the couple needed to cancel their honeymoon in Marrakech, in addition to a summer season cruise. But they’re relieved that the wedding – which befell simply days after individuals have been suggested to keep away from giant gatherings – was capable of go forward. “We feel so lucky that we were able to celebrate our wedding in the way we’d planned. It was such a wonderful day.” says Ryan. “We really feel for the people who have had to postpone. But there is a bigger picture. People’s health is more important than anything.”
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