Yesterday afternoon Barbara d’Urso celebrated the wedding between the journalist Annalia Venezia and her husband Filippo. A very emotional moment that the presenter described as “an honor and a privilege” in the long message of good wishes that d’Urso dedicated to the couple.
Barbara d’urso yesterday afternoon has celebrated the marriage between the journalist, often also commentator of Afternoon 5 and Sunday Live, Annalia Venice and her husband Filippo. With an elegant white suit, with some black details and a lace bodice, and the tricolor sash given the authority given to her by the mayor, the presenter united in marriage the two friends of a lifetime.
A very emotional moment, so much so that the instant in which Barbara d’urso he uttered the final formula he had to pause for a moment to stop the commotion. Concluded the celebration, the presenter posted a photo on Instagram with the newlyweds showing great pride in the wedding:
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“Today I wore this headband with great joy, because I had the honor and privilege of celebrating the union of two of my closest friends”.
Barbara d’Urso: the words for Annalia Venezia
Barbara d’urso, in the message he has chosen to dedicate to newlyweds, recalled the great friendship that binds her to Annalia Venice and to her husband Filippo:
“I am witness to their strong, solid and deep love, which is the true glue of a couple but marriage is that step that seals the union, a very important formal commitment”.
The couple chose to get married to confirm their love bond and, above all, they wanted it to be Barbara d’Ursor to attend the ceremony, making the event even more extraordinary and special:
“I am thrilled to think that from today they are husband and wife and I was there, together with them, as we have often met to celebrate one of the best days of their lives”.
Great pride, so for Barbara d’urso, which merged into marriage two of his closest friends: a memory that will remain for a lifetime!
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