Andrea Bocelli Got Married In A Blue Silk Suit!

Andrea Bocelli is used to his songs being played at weddings, and now he’s the one walking down the aisle! The Italian tenor married his girlfriend of 12 years, Veronica Berti, in a small ceremony in Livorno, Italy on Friday.

Andrea wore a three-piece blue silk Corneliani suit while Veronica wore an ivory silk satin Ermanno Scervino wedding dress with Valenciennes lace and a crepe de chine jacket. A simple spring of flowers in her hair and a bouquet of white roses completed her look.

People also reported that Andrea and Veronica chose March 21 as their wedding date because it’s their daughter Virginia’s second birthday. And while their reception was at the Sanctuary of Montenero, their reception was a cozy affair with family and friends at their home near Pisa.

Congrats to the couple!

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