The Nikita costars tied the knot on Oct. 2 and PEOPLE has exclusive details — and photos! — from the couple’s big day. Fonseca, 29, wore a lace-embroidered wedding gown from designer Sabrina Dehan for the couple’s outdoor wedding while Bean, 38, donned a charcoal suit by Ted Baker. Sprinkled with hues of purple flowers from Brambles & Bittersweet, — including a flower crown for the bride — the TV couple said “I do” in front of 160 guests at Saltwater Farm Vineyard in Shonington, Connecticut, which is not far from Bean’s hometown of Mystic. For the ceremony, which was conducted by one of one of the couple’s best friends and combined poetry, humor — two of their friends acted out a scene that the couple did on Nikita — and readings from Jewish and Buddhists traditions, guests watched
**Note: William and Kate’s Canada tour starts today, September 24. The royal party is scheduled to arrive at 4:00PM PT. Time conversions: 7:00PM ET USA; Midnight on September 25 in London; 9:00AM on September 25 in Sydney; Noon on September 25 in Auckland, New Zealand. I will do my best to get the post up as soon as possible.** Victoria started the week on Monday with a visit to the Capsule Fashion Trade Show where she met with Swedish brands and designers who were showing their products. Victoria wore a new zebra print dress from Whyred called the “Loise Print” ($312), and earrings from Ebba Brahe Jewellery. It’s cute and looks good on her. The black By Malene Birger sandals aren’t so cute. Victoria then moved to UN Headquarters where she attended the high-level meeting Summit for Refu
The countdown is on to the meeting of style icons: Kate, Duchess of Cornwall will come face to face to Canada's glamorous First Lady when she and Prince William jet to Canada later this week for their royal tour. And while we all know Sophie Trudeau for her wonderful wardrobe and handsome husband Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, there's a whole lot more to Canada's first lady than that. HELLO! takes a look at the charming, charismatic female who has won over the hearts of her nation – and has a lot in common with our very own Duchess. Sophie is hugely popular in Canada Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES Sophie has been in her role for a little less than a year, since her husband Justin, son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and author, actress and activist Margaret Sinclair, was sw
Thinking of whisking your loved one off for the romantic Valentine's break of a lifetime, or maybe you're tying the knot and looking for the most breathtaking setting to unwind as the new Mr & Mrs? Whatever the occasion, the search stops now. Here's our pick of 10 must-visit destinations for 2016 – for him & her. Plus, when to go, and what for... Best time to go: spring, autumn While its spring and summer in the UK, it's autumn and winter in Australia – but it's still lovely warm weather in the spring and you might even get a cheaper deal. Best for: culture, relaxation If there's one special occasion that warrants a trip to the other side of the world, it’s a honeymoon, and if you venture to Australia, you will always be rewarded with richly romantic experiences. Sydney is one
Entertaining can be tricky. Whether you're planning a full-blown party or hosting an impromptu get-together, these pro tricks work every time. 1. Beautiful Serving Ware. "You can use prepackaged or quick service items from your high-end grocer in a pinch," says Jessica Kielblock, a senior event planner for D'Amico Catering. "But displaying them on your own platters with beautiful garnishes will make them feel special." 2. Delectable Dry Snacks. "Nuts, snack mixes and even chips are good filler at any event," says Rachel Bruzek, a Senior Event Planner for D'Amico Catering. "Or you can step it up by popping popcorn and adding a little truffle oil and parmesan cheese to the melted butter." 3. A Stack Of Blank Place Cards. "If you host an impromptu dinner party, a handwritten place card...
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Shocking - Aliens Face is hidden in our faces Did you ever noticed how our faces would lool like when flipped upside-down? A South African photographer makes it incredibly clear in her portrait series titled Alienation. Though it seems absolutely bizarre at first, the idea behind the series is to see things from a new perspective. Loubser's inspiration for the series stems from a single sentence by motivational speaker and author Wayne Dyer that says "If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change."