Idris Elba marries 29-year-old model Sabrina Dhowre in romantic three-day wedding in Morocco
The couple had a "colors of the Souk" themed dinner on Thursday, their nuptials on Friday, and an all-white party on Saturday
Actor Idris Elba got married to Sabrina Dhowre in a gorgeous three-day ceremony which took place in Morocco. The couple got engaged last year and looked absolutely in love on their special day.
The British Vogue was able to capture stunning images as the pair exchanged their vows at the Ksar Char-Bagh hotel in Marrakesh on Friday. 29-year-old Sabrina was seen sporting two beautiful dresses which were designed by Vera Wang, the first being a Bardot style gown for the ceremony and a pearl embroidered dress for the reception.
46-year-old Idris was seen sporting a sharp suit designed by Ozwald Boateng. One of the images shows Sabrina looking breath-taking in a form-hugging white gown and had her make-up done by Charlotte Tilbury while her hair was styled by Luana Babbi. In another picture, Idris looks very dapper in his suit as he stares lovingly at his bride.
Another image shows the couple after they had just exchanged their vows and are embracing as Sabrina flaunts her sparkling ring. The picture was posted along with the caption, "Congratulations to newlyweds #IdrisElba and #SabrinaDhowre who exchanged vows in Morocco on April 26 2019. Celebrations were spread over three days in Marrakech. See more in the world exclusive in the July 2019 issue of #BritishVogue."
The newlyweds also had a "colors of the Souk" themed dinner on Thursday night which was followed by their wedding ceremony the next day. The three-day ceremony will continue to Saturday with an all-white party which will be taking place at the Mandarin hotel.
Sabrina had celebrated her bachelorette in Utah and shared the pictures on her Instagram handle in March. She and nine of her closest friends had been seen at the Amangiri hotel for a lavish weekend of fine dining, horse riding, and getting drunk. Idris had proposed to Sabrina last year in February just before the screening of his film Yardie at Rio Cinema, Dalston.
The couple first met in Sabrina's home country, Canada and walked the red carpet together at the Toronto International Film Festival for the screening of the film Molly's Game in 2017, for the first time.